What is a bookplate?
A bookplate is simply a rectangular, decorative label that is usually pasted on the inside front cover of a book to denote the owner; i.e. “from the library of…”. These bookplates were known as ex-librīs, Latin for, “from the books of…”, according to several sources. The labels have been around for hundreds of years and have become collectable as art as they often bear beautiful and elaborate designs, crests, coat-of-arms, and other images and fancy typography.
An author signed bookplate is a variation on the theme of a classic bookplate. It allows for your copy of a book to be signed even if you have little chance of attending an event where the author can sign your book in person. Author signed bookplates are autographed, self-adhesive labels, which you can acquire when a direct signature is either impractical or impossible.
FREE Author Signed bookplate
In other words, if you send Dave a self-addressed stamped envelope, he will send you a signed bookplate that you can put in your copy of one of his books. Please specify if you would like the bookplate personalized or just the signature.
Specially created bookplates are available for the following books:
Claude Coats: Walt Disney’s Imagineer—
The Making of Disneyland: From Toad Hall
to the Haunted Mansion and Beyond
Like You've Never Seen It Before
Kem Weber: Mid-Century Furniture
Designs for the Disney Studios
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit:
The Search for the Lost Disney Cartoons
Dali & Disney: Destino:
The Story, Artwork, and Friendship
Behind the Legendary Film
The Art of Tennessee Loveless:
The Mickey Mouse TEN x TEN x TEN Contemporary Pop Art Series
An Animator's Gallery:
Eric Goldberg Draws the Disney Characters
Send the self-addressed stamped
business size #10 envelope to:
c/o Madison Beach Productions, LLC
25876 The Old Road, #213
Valencia, CA 91381