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Re: [BKARTS] London Book Arts Supply Sources



On 8/18/03 5:22 AM, "A.C. Berkheiser" <Acberkheiser@AOL.COM> wrote:

> Can anyone reccommend a well-stocked Book Arts/binding supply store in London?
> I lived in New York for many years and became spoiled by Talas! The Atlantis
> art supply store here doesn't seem to cut it as far as ph-neutral adhesives,
> boards, cloth and really nice text-weight papers go. Thanks!
> 
> A.C. Berkheiser
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You should try Shepherd's Bookbinders on Rochester Row. They have an
excellent selection of supplies and equipment.

Frank Lehmann
Lehmann Bindery

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