The book is illustrated on every page with b&w historical photos from private collections and museum archives, as well as contemporary color photos, plus the original illustrations from the classic The Ashley Book of Knots.
What does ABOK stand for?
ABOK stands for Ashley Book of Knots
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php and The Ashley Book of Knots (Doubleday Books, 1993; $75), by Clifford W.
They range from the "The Ashley Book of Knots," the Bible of the subject (with 3,800 different knots and 7,000 illustrations) to "The Klutz Book of Knots: How to Tie the World's 25 Most-Useful Knots," (comes with nylon cord, color-coded to the illustrations, that the reader pushes through holes on each heavy-stock page, thus allowing practice-tying of all 24 knots in paint-by-number fashion.