The colour of the cover of the thesis is ‘aubergine’ and the cover/spine lettering should be gold. The spine should have your first initial and last name, the degree (e.g. MN, MHSc, MPP) and year. The cover should have the thesis title, your name, and the year.
The final copy or copies should be hard-bound in stiff board, in a washable plain black buckram or buckram equivalent. Where the dissertation is in a language other than English, the bound copy must include the extended summary in English and the abstracts in both languages. Spine width should not exceed 50 mm. Larger sheets or printed matter should be placed in a pocket inside the back cover or in a separately bound volume. The title of the dissertation or published work and commentary, in both English and the language of the dissertation if that is not English, should appear on the outside front cover in embossed 18 point gold lettering. The spine must be lettered in embossed 18 point gold lettering, with the successful candidate's initials and surname, degree, volume number (if necessary), and year of submission. This should run from the top of the spine to the bottom, so as to be readable when the volume lies flat with the top cover uppermost.
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Edinburgh, William Blackwood & Sons. 8vo, [4 x 7ins.] . Pp. vi. 326 + Engraved vignette title, foxed. Elaborate blind stamped designed covers. Raised spine bands with blind stamped panels, gilt lettered title panel. Gauffred edges, (gilt impressed design), some rubbing to the edges. £70.00