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Re: Video on bookbinding



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Linda,

Take a look at the Istor Productions and Guild of Book Workers links on
my website (http://teleport.com/~tcl) there are a number of bookbinding
and book conservation videotapes listed there.

Jack

>I have been teaching myself bookbinding by reading and experimenting. There
>are a number of problems I am trying to overcome in attaching the hard cover
>to the book block. Could anyone suggest a video showing the traditional
>methods of bookbinding? I realize there are many ways of doing this but there
>does seem to be one or two methods that have been most successful. If I could
>
>see the process I believe I could learn a lot.
>
>Thank You
>Linda Rodgers
>lincad1@aol.com


Jack C. Thompson
Thompson Conservation Lab.
7549 N. Fenwick
Portland, Oregon  97217

503/735-3942  (voice/fax)

www.teleport.com/~tcl


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