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Re: Make Weights!



oops Jeanne I didn't see your posting... great minds!!!
Kathy


Jeanne Drewes wrote:

> I use old irons for weights.  I buy them for under a dollar at used
> item
> stores such as salvation army.  I have several antique ones from
> before
> electricity, but any of the old heavy ones will do nicely and have the
> added
> atttraction of a useful handle as well.
>
> Jeanne Drewes
> Assistant Director for Access & Preservation
> Michigan State University Libraries
> 100 Library Room W-102C
> East Lansing, MI 48824-1048
>
> 517 432 7486  FAX 517 432 3532
> drewes@mail.lib.msu.edu
> http://www.lib.msu.edu/drewes
>
> Jocelyn Bergen wrote:
>
> > Nobody ever has too many weights! Just ask any bookbinder/artist.
> Where
> > _do_ you get pretty, inexpensive, functional bookbinding weights?


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