I've been going through the bible for a more thorough condition report, and have found loads of pressed flowers and leaves in the gutters. A bible is great for pressing, of course, usually being the biggest and heaviest book around, so it's not uncommon but nicely timely. The last one is my favorite.
This book from 1616 is the first folio (smaller) edition of the King James Bible, and it's had a rough last couple of centuries. It's one of my upcoming treatments once funding is secured: clean it, everywhere; solve the problem of the unstable left board, badly eaten by furniture beetle; flatten and repair the leaves that give a new meaning to "false folds;" stabilize what's left of the metal furniture, and make a safe box to store it in.