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Re: [BKARTS] Binding Newspapers



Whilst I agree with the comment,I wonder if your client wishes the bound 
volumes to be long lasting?    Would it not be advisable to wash and 
deacidify the newspapers and perhaps guard each signature spine fold?  I 
realise that would increase the costs, but that would need to be assessed 
against the client's use and future storage perhaps.

The couple of newspapers I have bound I have washed them, etc, but 52 
issues might be too much of a task!

Rodney Fry
Crowthorne
Berks.
Gt Britain

On 24 Jan 2006 at 0:00, BOOK_ARTS-L automatic digest system wrote:
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>  My search for advice:  newspaper being so acidic and fragile, I don't think 
>  it's a good idea to sew these into a standard square back binding, with the 
>  ..............................................

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