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Re: [BKARTS] Bible end paper: correction



I  stand corrected. Sounds like an interesting product.  I'll check it out.
Jet

Vernon Wiering wrote:

> I am talking about endpapers. Their website is sketchy so it's probably
> best to call them and ask. I usually order this paper in small
> quantities, say 20 sheets at a time. No problem, and since I am not far
> from Chicago, it's here the next day.
>
> On Feb 10, 2005, at 8:45 PM, J. J. Foncannon wrote:
>
> > Question:
> >     Is Vernon talking about endpapers or about book covering material?
> >     As far as I know, Gane Brothers makes only the latter., see
> > http://www.ganebrothers.com/imitationleather.htm.  No paper products
> > seem
> > to be mentioned on their website.
> >     Gane brothers does a lot of wholesaleing, but I have found their
> > salesmen very cooperative, and they are willing to cut as little as 5
> > yards
> > of material.
> >     I have found their products very pretty, and I often use them as an
> > example of why synthetic leather book covering materials don't have to
> > look
> > cheap.
> >     Coincidentally, I have covered several Bibles with their products.
> > Jet
> >
> > Vernon Wiering wrote:
> >
> >> Try Gane Brothers in Chicago. (ganebrothers.com or 800/323-0596) They
> >> have black in matte or glossy and it's a bit heavy for my liking, but
> >> it works. If there are other sources I would like to hear about them
> >> as
> >> well.
> >>
> >> Vernon Wiering
> >>
> >> On Feb 10, 2005, at 4:49 PM, James North wrote:
> >>
> >>> I have three modern Bibles to re-case and I need a source for end
> >>> paper.
> >>> The black and silky on one side and white paper on the other side
> >>> kind
> >>> of paper.
> >>>
> >>> Thanks,
> >>>
> >>> James North
> >>> northjames@xxxxxxx
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> > J. J. Foncannon
> > Philadelphia, PA  19139
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> > in
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> Wiering Books
> 1553 Orville Street SE
> Grand Rapids, MI 49507 USA
> 616/248-5434
>
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>
> Period bookbinding and restoration, by hand.
>
> Visit
> http://www.wieringbooks.com
>
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>
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J. J. Foncannon
Philadelphia, PA  19139

 The Belgian surrealist painter Renee Magritte entered a cheese store in
Brussels to purchase a wheel of Swiss cheese.  The owner pulled a wheel from
the front window, but Magritte said he preferred the one on the back
counter.
 ?But they are identical,? the owner protested.
 ?No,? Magritte insisted.  ?This one?s been stared at.?
**********************************************************

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     The Bonefolder: an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist

             For all your subscription questions, go to the
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