1. A plain, drab, khaki-colored calfskin binding,
popular in the mid-19th century for theological
and devotional books. The style was particularly
popular in the rebinding of books of an earlier
time. The bindings were tooled in blind with
single lines terminating in OXFORD CORNERS .
The style sometimes also featured beveled boards
and red edges. Sometimes called "Oxford style." 2.
A leather used principally for the inside cover
linings of limp leather prayer books and small
Bibles. (69 , 156.