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Re: spines off magazines



I asked the same question offline and was told it was for rebinding into hard
covers for libraries and private collections.

Patricia Sterritt wrote:
>
> Hello, My curiosity is getting the best of me, those of you cutting the
> spines off magazines...what is this for, is it part of papermaking?
> I'm sure everyone already knows this, but I would like to know if
> someone doesn't mind sharing?  Thanks, Patricia Sterritt
>
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