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As long as I can remember, I knew that our library contained a handful of such interesting faux books, however, finding them proved very difficult. It was with high hopes that I carefully opened each box, but I was disappointed however, because save a musty smell and the promise of some untold secret, none of the Box Books held anything. To give you the higest quality and the shortest download time, most of our downloads are supplied in Adobe PDF format for your convenience. Posted by IsisOfSun - I tried to make mine from cardboard, but it wouldn't bend properly so I cheated a little and bought a paper mache book box. Posted by luppie05 - I made a real working lamp from the secret book, it realy looks nice on his bedside table! Here you'll find so much more than dragons; you'll find projects that make it possible to create fantastic stories and games of your own. All the projects are of the highest quality, because quality and attention to detail are very important to children.
If The Diary of Anne Frank touched the lives of readers all over the world, this further peek into this young writer’s life, will be certainly make many breathless. Anne was only thirteen years old when her family was hidden from the Nazis in the Secret Annexe of her father’s office building. Anne dreamed of becoming a famous author, and while her dream was certainly realized, it was so sadly posthumous. It's a wonderful thing, then that this second book - filled with stories, fables, personal reminiscences and an unfinished novel - has been re-issued after being out of print for many years. Tales from the Secret Annexe is a must-read for Anne fans and anyone fascinated by the human condition. Although Microsoft is touting how good Kinect is for gaming on Xbox One, the motion sensor will initially be most useful as an input device for general navigation of the new console’s interface and many non-gaming features.
But in order to take full advantage of Kinect, you’re going to need some guidance on how to use it. The Xbox One Kinect cheat sheet is available as a PDF document you can download and print out if you want. The gestures are the easier of the two to remember simply because there are far fewer of them. In The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, the buttons are metal (nickel on the single-breasted blazers and brass on the double-breasted blazer) with four holes, and the buttons are sewn on with a contrasting navy thread. The pockets on Bond’s blazers are rarely ordinary straight, flapped pockets, though that is what the single-breasted blazer in A View to a Kill and the double-breasted blazers in For Your Eyes Only and GoldenEye have.
James Bond has worn medium grey, light grey, tan, beige, stone (light taupe) and white trousers with his blazers.
The trousers Bond wears with his blazers are always wool, in woolen flannel for greys and cavalry twill or gabardine for earth tones and white.
Since From Russia with Love, striped suits have been a staple of James Bond’s wardrobe. Pinstripes are often woven into the cloth separately from the background weave on a Dobby loom rather than as simply part of the background weave. A single-yarn pinstripe woven as part of the warp in a twill weave can also have a bead effect since the twill wales break the stripe.
The track stripe is a variation where the pinstripes come in groupings of two or three, with the stripes in each grouping spaced one or two yarn’s width apart.
A chalk stripe is woven two to five yarns wide and resembles the lines of a tailor’s chalk, hence the name. Worsted suits with stripes are best worn in a business setting, especially in the darkest of charcoal and navy worsteds. Bond’s second striped suit is a brown shadow stripe suit worn in the Fort Knox scene in Goldfinger. In On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, James Bond starts a long tradition of wearing striped suits in London along with a tradition of three-piece suits.
In Diamonds Are Forever, Bond visits Blofeld’s oil rig dressed for business in a navy suit with blue chalk stripes. In The Man with the Golden Gun, Roger Moore continues the tradition started in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service of wearing stripes in London. The next time Bond visits the office is in Moonraker, and once again he wears a striped suit. Bond returns to more traditional styles of clothing in For Your Eyes Only, and in his visit to the office he once again wears a striped three-piece suit.
TImothy Dalton’s Bond continues the tradition of wearing a striped three-piece suit to the office in The Living Daylights with a navy suit with narrow-spaced grey chalk stripes. Dimi Major was originally trained to be a tailor by his father, and then moved to London where he worked at Bailey and Weatherill—known to readers of this blog as Patrick Macnee’s tailor for The Avengers—for almost a decade. For a few years in the 1960s, Douglas Hayward, later known one of London’s most famous celebrity tailors, formed a partnership with Major called Major Hayward. Andrew Major cuts and fits all of Major Tailor’s garments, and he was trained by his father. My father always aimed for an elegantly shaped cut, with soft shoulders and a medium-weight canvas for the coat and a slim but not over-fitted line to the trousers. This cut is still the same as what Dimi Major made for George Lazenby in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Not only did Major make clothes for George Lazenby, but they also made clothes for Bernard Lee (M), Gabriele Ferzetti (Draco) and Telly Savalas (Blofeld). Peter Hunt, the director of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, was already a client of Dimi Major before the film was made.
The new laws passed by a Ministry bent on controlling the once lucrative traffic, promised harsh punishments for anyone found in possession of prohibited contraband, but they had little effect. Tucked away in a large library, Secret Box Books (as they became known) provided an excellent and readily accessible hiding place for smallish items of high value. The Barons' library holds some ten thousand books so, given that the Secret Box Books were originally designed as they were to avoid detection, over a number of years they remained hidden to even my most concerted searches.
Of course in due course, I examined them thoroughly to see if their forme held something other than the physical, such as an enchantment or secret code disguised within the fabric of the books themselves.
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I used resin teeth pendants for the teeth and hand-sculpted the 'gums' from porcelain clay, which I then painted with several different blue and purple hues before varnishing for a wet look.
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Like The Diary of Anne Frank, this book once again leaves us with an aching question: what kind of woman would Anne Frank have become and what incredible achievements would she have achieved in this world? And thanks to Major Nelson, we now have a cheat sheet readily available to teach us what is possible without having to pick up and use a physical controller or search through a manual.
It breaks input down into gestures and voice commands, of which there are 5 and 34 respectively. You can use them to zoom in and out, make a selection, grip and move stuff on the screen, return to the Xbox One home screen, and even restore a game or app to full screen. The image below shows the full list and covers the simple things like turning the Xbox One on and off, but also some more complicated tasks. That way the words you have to speak remain simple, but relate directly to exactly what has the focus on screen at the moment you speak. By one definition, a blazer is a tailored jacket in navy—or less traditionally in other solid colours—with metal buttons.
Some of Bond’s double-breasted blazers have two to button in the traditional configuration with the top row placed further apart.


A soft, thick cashmere is excellent in cold weather whilst silk and linen are exceptional in warmer weather. These buttons have a more modern look than shanked buttons, but they keep the blazer tradition by sticking with metal. These buttons need to be different from suit jacket buttons, so that excludes navy or black buttons in plastic or corozo. If the navy odd jacket were to return to the Bond series, this is the form I could see it returning in rather than as a traditional blazer.
Some people prefer a looser fit for their blazers, sometimes so they can wear a jumper underneath, but there’s no rule that says a blazer should but cut differently than a suit jacket should. All three of Sean Connery’s blazers have open patch pockets for not only the hip pockets but for the breast pocket as well. In some parts of America, blazers are appropriate business dress, but they are essentially a type of sports coat and are best worn socially. The trousers worn with a blazer need to contrast the blazer to avoid looking like a mismatched suit, and thus navy, black and charcoal trousers do not pair well. Any shade of grey is a great choice for the city or a dressier look, particularly in the evening. Tropical and fresco wool, silk, linen and cotton gabardine are other great trouser materials to pair with a blazer, particularly hopsack and lighter serge blazers. Bond usually wears similar shirts and ties that he would wear with a navy suit. Bond occasionally wears his blazers without a tie for a more casual look.
The clothes have a classic English cut with some fashionable updates for the 1960s, like a short jacket length and narrow straight-leg trousers. There are many different kinds of stripes for suits, including pinstripes, chalk stripes and variations on those stripes, such as bead stripes, rope stripes, track stripes, multi-stripes, shadow stripes, self stripes and more.
Chalk stripes are woven as part of the warp of the weave, which makes the stripes less defined than typical pinstripes. Riccardo Villarosa and Giuliano Angeli write in The Elegant Man, “It seems as if the design on the fabric of a pinstriped suit was inspired by the lines in accounting books. The grey stripes don’t stand out as much as white chalk stripes would, but it is overall a very classic chalk stripe suit. Shadow stripes are created in two ways, either by a variation in the weave—woven on a dobby loom—in the same colour as the background of the suit or by using darker yarns. The suit in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service is navy flannel with white chalk stripes in a narrower spacing than on the suit in From Russia with Love.
This time it’s a navy pinstripe suit, and the pinstripes are spaced so close together that they dull and lighten the navy from a distance and thus make the suit look blue-grey.
And just as Sean Connery and George Lazenby wore before, Roger Moore wears a navy chalk stripe suit.
Though the grey stripes are thick and spaced close together, being grey prevents them from looking overbearing. By that the end of his tenure at Bailey and Weatherill, Major was ready to open his own business where he lived in the Fulham area of London, and since 1959 Major Tailors has been located there at 11 Royal Parade, Dawes Road. Hayward is known to James Bond fans as the tailor who made Roger Moore’s suits in his three Bond films from the 1980s, and he is also know for formerly being the to Michael Caine, Terence Stamp and many others. The silhouette of the suits he cuts is still similar to what Major made for On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. The emphasis has always been on a classic look with a nod to the fashion of the day, without adopting the often fleeting extremes of style. Not only did he make the suits, dinner jackets, sports coats and trousers, but also the three-quarter-length peacoat-like overcoat and the Victorian Ulster coat for the Sir Hilary Bray disguise. For Lee they made two three-piece outfits (though not suits), though there are no records for his green velvet smoking jacket. It is unknown if he influenced the producers to choose Major to do the tailoring for the film in the way that Terence Young brought in his tailor, Anthony Sinclair, to make suits for Sean Connery in the Bond films. Remember, you are half the reason your children exist and they need you whether you live with them or not.
As is often the case, the legislation didn’t really stop the sale and transport of the goods, it just pushed it underground. A number of discreet manufacturers sprang up who specialised in making authentic looking Secret Box Books (the manufacture of which was not illegal) that contained hidden compartments capable of concealing anything from a single dragon tooth right up to a large bag of priceless scales.
It was only when I was 21 years old and my father passed the library papers to me, that the location of our six Secret Box Books was revealed to me.
It's easy, just go to your dadcando My Page and upload your pictures into this project and we'll put one of them right here in the project picture gallery. His motto, Life is Your Adventure, is as true now as it ever was, and is perfect for kids and dads everywhere, so make it yours and make the most of the time you spend together. For example, you have an extensive line-up of Transport Controls for media playback including play, stop, pause, fast forward, rewind, faster, slower, skip forward, skip backward, next song, previous song. This is why the commands are never more than 3 words long, and yet you can voice control notifications, recording game content, navigating menus, making Skype calls, watching TV, and playing back a range of different forms of entertainment. By another definition it’s a tailored jacket with thick, bright stripes, and it may or may not have metal buttons. Other blazers have three to button like a naval reefer jacket, which makes the jacket look rather columnar and give it a higher buttoning point. Roger Moore’s double-breasted blazer in The Man with the Golden Gun and single-breasted blazers in The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker and A View to a Kill are hopsack.
It is woven in an even twill weave like serge, but the weave is traditionally not visible through the nap. All of James Bond’s blazers have metal buttons, whether brass (polished or unpolished), polished nickel or gunmetal.
Enamel buttons in a metal case are another classic choice for a blazer, but Bond has not worn these. All of James Bond’s blazers are structured, cut and fit exactly the same as the suit jackets he wears within the same films as the respective blazers. Patch pockets are the most casual type of jacket pocket and are never found on business suits.
Bond mostly wears his blazers socially, and he only wears a blazer to the office in Thunderball because he’s hurrying in from the country. No and Thunderball, aboard the RMS Queen Elizabeth sunken in Victoria Harbour in The Man with the Golden Gun, and in the Mediterranean in The Spy Who Loved Me, For Your Eyes Only and GoldenEye.
Sean Connery pairs his blazers with dark grey trousers—a shade lighter than charcoal—to dress up the outfit as much as he can. Tan, beige and stone give the blazer a sportier and more casual look, and these colours are best worn in the daytime. Jacket variations presented here include Lazenby’s dinner jacket, his wedding lounge jacket and his double-breasted blazer. There are not universally accepted definitions for all of these different stripes, but suiting stripes are defined purely on the appearance of the stripe and not how far they are spaced apart. When woven into the cloth, a stripe that is two yarns wide can look either like a pinstripe or a chalk stripe depending on the weave and type of cloth. A true chalk stripe is a stripe on a flannel cloth, which gives it a blurry appearance that resembles chalk.
This suit works well in Venice in a non-office setting because the flannel cloth and wider stripe spacing make this suit less formal than the typical striped suit.
When the stripe is the same colour as the background of the suit it can also be called a self stripe. The narrower spacing gives the traditional chalkstripe a more modern and slightly more formal look. Blue stripes are an effective way to wear stripes without the fear of making too bold of a statement in stripes. Medium and lighter greys are not as popular in London as dark greys are, and consequently this suit has a less business-like appearance. Bond even wears two navy pinstripe suits in Casino Royale: a suit on the train with narrow-spaced, hardly seen grey pinstripes and a three-piece suit with slightly wider-spaced light grey double track stripes in Italy. With the exception of Skyfall, Bond’s striped suits in recent years have tended more towards pinstripes than chalk stripes.
Hayward left Major in 1966 when he moved in with shirtmaker Frank Foster on Pall Mall and later acquired his own premises in Mayfair in 1968.


Of course, as bespoke tailors we aim to give our clients what they want while always trying to advise them on what looks most flattering for them.
Andrew Major could not find any records that they made Lazenby’s infamous highland dress, though the firm has made a number of jackets for highland dress over the years but not kilts. Andrew Major told me that they have made similar smoking jackets for clients, who want a less complicated smoking jacket that is styled more like a dinner jacket, like M’s is.
Major also made at least one suit for Bond producer Harry Saltzman, though Andrew does not know when. As their dad, you have what it takes to make their lives successful and fulfilling no matter how often you see them.
Collectors unwilling to give up their prized dragonolia devised ever cleverer ways of hiding their collections. Periodically I scrutinise the books to see if some minuscule clue has escaped my previous endeavours, but none is ever forthcomming.
Her musing and revelations, are of course, now famous, as is the tragedy of her death in a German concentration camp. Unpolished horn gives the jacket a less assuming look whilst polished horn whilst polished horn, particularly in light shades, can give a shiny gold effect closer to traditional blazer buttons. Most of James Bond’s blazers have details that make them more than ordinary suit jackets with metal buttons. Roger Moore’s double-breasted blazer in Moonraker has patch pockets on the hips with flaps. White trousers, give the blazer a nautical look and should only be worn with a blazer on the water, where Bond wears his blazer with white trousers in The Man with the Golden Gun and The Spy Who Loved Me. James Bond has worn all of these different types of stripes, with the chalk stripes being the most common. These kinds of pinstripes are often made of silk or mercerised cotton instead of wool so they stand out even more. Flannel chalk stripes, on the other hand, can work well in social settings, especially when in lighter shades of charcoal and navy. Narrower spacing between stripes became more popular in the 1960s, and Roger Moore wore suits with stripes spaced much closer than this throughout The Saint. However, in some settings blue stripes may be seen as too fashionable compared to the bolder, yet more traditional, white stripes. This suit could just as easily be worn for a daytime social occasion, but the colour is too light to wear in the evening. Moore continues wearing a striped three-piece suit to office in Octopussy, but this time it’s a worsted dark grey twill rope stripe, a more defined variant of the chalk stripe. This is the first film since Sean Connery’s Bond films that Bond wears striped suits outside of London, but he wears them to show he is in a business mindset. Andrew told me that his father and Hayward remained friends until Major’s death in 2004. The suits we make tend to last quite a long time, so in the long run it is advisable to avoid being too faddish.
For Ferzetti they made his navy nailhead three-piece suit and his black lounge outfit for the wedding.
Andrew also told me that they had made suits for another James Bond actor for personal use, but he is unable to disclose whom.
Until I find something and I am able to report my findings to you, I have had Collinworth draw up some plans so that you can make your very own Secret Box Book.
Roger Moore wears two similar single-breasted blazers in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker and another in single-breasted blazer in A View to a Kill. Serge is one of the most common materials for a suit, but in navy it can be a great choice for a jacket on it’s own.
No, Thunderball and Diamonds Are Forever appear to be doeskin, even though he wears two of them in tropical locales. Smoke mother-of-pearl buttons are great on navy odd jackets and give a blazer look without the metal buttons. The blazers in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever and Moonraker have swelled edges for a sportier look.
The breast pocket on these blazers is an ordinary welt breast pocket since an open patch breast pocket wouldn’t match the flapped hip pockets, and a flapped patch breast pocket would look rather heavy on the chest. A blazer isn’t all that far off from being a navy suit jacket, which is what allows it to be worn in dressier settings.
The many different items that can be worn with a navy blazer to dress it up or down contribute to the incredible versatility of the garment.
A variation on the pinstripe is the bead stripe, also called a beaded pinstripe or a rain pinstripe, which looks like a line of tiny beads spaced apart. On a plain weave a chalk stripe has a pebbled effect and may be called a pearl chalk stripe. Pinstripes and chalk stripe cloths are best made up as suits and not as odd jackets or trousers.
Later in The Man with the Golden Gun, Bond wears an olive multi-stripe double-breasted suit out at night in Hong Kong. A View to a Kill is Roger Moore’s only Bond film in which he does not wear a striped suit to the office.
The plans are those of one of the larger books that I believe will hold objects as broad and as tall as a sheet of office printer paper. Bond’s blazers are always blue, from the almost black Royal Navy uniform shade to a bright marine blue. George Lazenby wears a double-breasted blazer in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Roger Moore wears double-breasted blazers in The Man with the Golden Gun, Moonraker and For Your Eyes Only and Pierce Brosnan wears a double-breasted blazer in GoldenEye, which has the last appearance of the blazer in the Bond series.
Serge blazers are the most formal type of blazers due to the cloth being the same as what is often used for a business suits and military uniforms. Some think they are for old men, some think they are for preps, and others think they are for security guards.
Smoke mother-of-pearl buttons are silvery, shiny and almost look like metal, but their variegation makes them more interesting. All of Bond’s blazers have double vents to follow British tradition, though blazers in the American have single vents. Cream and British tan are other great choices to wear that Bond has not worn with his blazers.
Pinstripes and chalk stripes look too serious enough to wear outside of a suit, and they look best when they can continue from the shoulders down to feet. These stripes are three yarns wide, with the three yarns creating horizontally arranged series of dots. Even though Major Tailors only did work for one James Bond film, their clothing played a substantial part in the look of the film and is one reason why the film holds up well today. The project also contains printable labels suitable for decorating the book when you have made it, and as usual, for your convenience, both A4 and United States Letter formats are accommodated. The classic metal buttons have solid blank with a shank (metal loop) that sews onto the jacket. For lighter-weight jackets in hopsack or linen, blue or white mother-of-pearl buttons are an excellent choice as well, whilst darker horn buttons may look too heavy. On some pinstripes, two yarns of beads alternate above and below to create a more continuous pinstripe. This kind of chalk stripe mimics the look of twisted rope, and consequently this stripe is called a rope stripe or a cable stripe. The olive suit in The Man with the Golden Gun has both different weights and different colours, with a series of very closely-spaced tan pinstripes between wider-spaced red chalk stripes. I consider the stripes on this suit pinstripes rather than chalk stripes because the yarns are very fine and make up narrow stripes of pin dots. Multi-stripes are the least serious of all suit stripes and function better for social occasions than for business. Naval motifs on the buttons are common, and Bond wears shanked buttons with such a motif in GoldenEye.



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