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By Manly Banister

ISBN-10: 0486278522

ISBN-13: 9780486278520

Profusely illustrated step by step advisor lets you rebind books, paperbacks, periodicals, extra. booklet stitching of all kinds (antique, versatile, lockstitch, whipstitch), plus how to make endpapers, connect headbands, case in, conceal with fabric and different fabrics, upload titling and ornament, a lot else. up to date checklist of providers. 254 illustrations and pictures.

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