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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 3, January 15, 2006, Article 11

BOOKBINDER RECOMMENDATIONS SOUGHT

Paul Landsberg writes: "I always enjoy reading E-Sylum.
I saw "book binding" mentioned.   Do you have a reliable
person who can repair books?  The leather at the spine
of an 1800s book I have has completely detached so I
would like to have this book re-bound or repaired.  I
don't know the terminology.  Any recommendations?  Maybe
the readers have one.  Book repair appears to be an
arcane art and I haven't found any in all of my numismatic
travels.   Obviously I am curious about people's
recommendations."

[It's been a while since we touched on this subject, and
it's ripe for revisiting.  Some of the craftsman
recommended by our readers in the past include:

Longs-Roullet Bookbinders, Norfolk, Virginia
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Alan Grace, Jacksonville, Florida
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Any other recommendations?  -Editor]

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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