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Re: CAOUTCHOUC BINDINGS



JM--Perhaps a good place to start would be the writeup in Roberts &
Etherington's *Bookbinding andthe Conservation of Books*, p.46, where among
other things, they point out this form of adhesive binding was patented by
Wm. Hancock in 1836, and that most caoutchouc bindings have fallen apart.
BEK


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