10 APRIL 1964, Page 13

Your Own Reference Library

Many readers are likely to be interested in an 'Easibinder' which has been designed to hold twenty-six copies of the Spectator. Copies may be added week by week, even- tually providing a handoomely bound volume for the bookshelf.

The copies are held in place by a thin steel wire and locked together tightly by a patented device. This allows the binder to open completely flat for easy reading, and is quick and easy to operate. It is strongly made with stiff covers and is pleasantly bound in leathercloth and milskin. The title Spectator is gold-blocked on the spine.

,The Easibinder is to be had, price 17s. 6d. each, including postage, from the


THE SPECTATOR LTD., 99 Gower Street, London, WC!