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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 14 May 2009 to 15 May 2009 (#2009-136)

I work for a large university doing repair and restoration on the
circulating collections. I have seen A LOT of binder's tickets in the
backs of books I am working on and they are, almost without exception,
placed on the back pastedown in the lower left hand corner just a bit in
from the shoulder. I don't  place tickets in my repair work for the
university, but do print individual tickets for the occasional work that
I do on my own. On these, I include "hand bound by" (or
"repaired/restored" as the case may be) my name, the city, and the date
(month and year).  I will add a "for" line if I am making the book for
someone in particular. Usually, I print the ticket on the same type of
decorative paper I am using on the cover.

marie malchodi

Date:    Fri, 15 May 2009 02:31:25 GMT
From:    "roroberts@xxxxxxxx" <roroberts@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Bookbinder's ticket

For a new binding, I usually put it on the rear pastedown, centered at
t= he bottom. =

Bob Roberts

"Can you share where you put this in the book- is it attached?"


roroberts@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> I print a date on mine, but have collected historical samples and 
> have=
 never seen one elsewhere. I set them up in MS Publisher, print a shee
>   =

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