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Re: [BKARTS] Device for fore-edge painting



I think what you mean is those stands for books. I have one which was
bought at a kitchen store, it is clear heavy plastic and the cook book
is placed in it, stays open and mainly protected from grease, etc.

bill cotter wrote:

> Hello,
>    I wonder if anyone knows where I can obtain
> the wooden contrivance (or plans to make same)
> used to hold books open at the proper angle to
> either display or paint fore-edges.
>   Many thanks
> Bill
> Austin, TX
>
>
>
> Bill Cotter
> Milou Bookbinding & Restoration
> 927 East 46th St. # 202
> Austin, TX   78751
>
>
>
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