millboard


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millboard

[′mil‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Hard, strong paperboard; used for furniture panels.
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The room is constructed of an incombustible material such as millboard.
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The introduction continues with a discussion of the bindings used on college manuscripts: some manuscripts are still bound in sixteenth-century Oxford bindings, but many bindings were replaced in the nineteenth century by calf over millboards with blind-tooled decoration--given that they were so `typical' it is a shame that there is no illustration, if only for comparison with bindings of a similar period used by other colleges and by the Bodleian Library.