Of course, there is our course-pack.
But, beforehand, for impatient readers, some links and titles.
Useful links for bibliographers:
Bibliopolis Glossary: a searchable database of terminology for the history of the book http://www.bibliopolis.nl/termen
ABC for Book Collectors : a mainstay of bibliographers and book collectors, this work by John Carter is freely available as a PDF from the ILAB website.
For paper in general : http://watermark.kb.nl/
For watermarks, paper etc.: http://www.memoryofpaper.eu:8080/BernsteinPortal/appl_start.disp
An a-z of paper terms in English: http://www.biltpaper.com/atoz2.asp#20
Wagner, Bettina, and Marcia Reed. Early Printed Books As Material Objects: Proceedings of the Conference Organized by the IFLA Rare Books and Manuscripts Section Munich, 19-21 August 2009. (Berlin [etc.]: De Gruyter Saur, 2010).
Bibliography before the “new bibliography” : J. D. Cowley, Bibliographical Description and Cataloguing (New York: B. Franklin, 1970).
Patrick Wilson,Two Kinds of Power: An Essay on Bibliographical Control (Berkeley, Calif: University of California Press, 1978).