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Re: Japanese Book Cloth



The Japanese book cloths are a very fine quality often silk or synthetic
with wonderful textures and colors. They are also usually lined with thin
paper so that adhesives don's leak through. Their surface is very sensitive
and utmost care required when working with them. Additionally they can also
be very pricey. Often well worth it though.

p.

At 10:23 AM 1/21/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>Would some kind soul please tell me what Japanese book cloth is, and why it
>is desirable for bookbinding?


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