Bookbinding: A Manual Of Techniques
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Bookbinding: A Manual Of Techniques

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Designed as a practical course for beginners and hobbyists and also as a reference for more advanced students, this book covers all the basic techniques of cloth and leather binding, including tools, materials and the workshop. The most common bindings are covered, such as single section, case, flat-back and Buckram library-style. The book also includes notes on simple pap...more
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Published August 1st 1995 by Trafalgar Square Publishing (first published August 28th 1989)
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Adriana
A very dry text that’s definitely not a guide for beginners.
If, on the other hand, you are familiar with the basics of bookbinding, this is a treasure trove of new techniques and tips.
It’s mostly text based with minimum illustrated guidance, but really useful if you are already familiar with common terms and good at following written instructions.
It has a small section in book restoration that pretty much makes up for any other thing one might find lacking.
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