JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post
I picked up Bayard Tuckerman's History of English Prose Fiction (printed in New York City in 1886) part of my Borgesian-Eccoian anti-Library, and found this fantastic design on the free endpaper and pastedown:
And a close-up, which is about one square inch:
There are about 5000 of these on a 10x6" space, some 15,000 lines. That's a lot of work in a small space, about 289 squares per square inch. Tiny. Impressive.
Q: Oh: how many squares and rectangles are there here? A: a lot.