Beginners and experts alike can benefit from this remarkably easy guide. It starts with a complete list of necessary materials and tools. Step-by-step instructions and more than 260 photos show how to collate a book, sew it, back it, trim it, and then how to make boards and attach them to the book.
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allow ANCIENT EGYPT Anthony Trollope Art Nouveau Attach Available in U.S. back and corners back board back edge back fold binding black-and-white blade book to dry bookbinding brush centre cloth back coloured sheet cover Cut boards Cut the head damp E. A. Wallis Budge edited Eleanor H exactly level firmly flat folder Frank Baum glue glued head and tail headcap hollow inside kettle-stitch marks Knock leather letters light weight lying press Martin Gardner material morocco Nip the book oilstone Open the board overlap paper sides paring pasting guard piece of waste place the book plates plough position pressing boards projecting pull remove reverse side Robert McHenry Robert Van Gulik screw sharp knife sheet of clean shown in fig Sibbett slip spine split-boards stitches straight-edge strawboard strip surface tapes and mull thickness thread tool Trim true corner turn Two-vol waste card waste sheet width
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Conservation of Library Materials: A Manual and Bibliography on ..., Volume 1
George Daniel Martin Cunha
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