Boxes for the Protection of Books: Their Design and Construction (Google eBook)
DIANE Publishing, 1994 - Book boxes - 224 pages
A revised & updated version of the previous 1981 volume, Boxes for the Protection of Rare Books.Ó Designed to meet the needs of book conservators, museum technicians, & curators in libraries & archives who require a practical method for the construction of protective boxes, which provide a safe method for storing, handling, & transporting library materials. Protective boxing affords a non-invasive, cost effective, & archivally sound way of dealing with large numbers of items or entire collections. Covers: simple housings; phased boxes; portfolios; double-tray clam shell box; book box with portfolio smaller/larger than the book.
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Page 3-1 - A phased box is usually constructed from one continuous piece of board which is cut and creased to produce a base board, four walls, and four flaps.
Page 3-11 - Roll the book to the left and right and up and down to ensure the board is large enough. Place the book in a position which will allow sufficient margins for the flaps and place a weight on it. Using an upright triangle, mark the position of all the outer edges of the book on the board with broken lines.
Page 5-1 - The double-tray clam shell box is a common design that has been used by bookbinders for decades. It is a simple and efficient design made up of three parts: the small tray, the large tray, and the case.
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