I didn't really need this, since there are free downloads available from Georgia and the Antique Pattern Library. But I could not resist the lure of owning my own copy of a Riego original from 1867.
The cover is printed with a bright shiny metallic gold, and not just printed, but embossed. Its condition is a bit battered, with some of the threads used to bind it broken or untied, and some corners dog-eared. I like to think that is because it was loved and well used.