Afterwards, I got the idea that the smell of the old book was caused by the marbling paper flavored with Myrrh. And soon, I had an urge to get L'eau Trois (Diptyque) said to be smell of Myrrh. I had no idea about scent of Myrrh essence either L'eau Trois at that time.
I bought it via internet from us, 'cause it wasn't to be found any stores either web shops in Japan, and I got it at last.
Well, L'eau Trois, I love the aroma, but the smell is like bay leaf (laurel)
Updated 20th January 2013 at 05:26 AM by soriyama
In an art college library, A librarian introduced the book to me and said that this book had a faint scent of something wonderful.
The book was "Manuel Typographique" by Pierre Simon Fournier.
I brought it to my nose with white gloves, I barely caught the aroma something sweet and a little acerbic from the signatures. Opening the cover, it became more clear on the endpaper of the beautiful marbling-paper.
I asked the librarian how it came but he said he hadn't any
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