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By David Muir

Пособие по переплету и восстановлению переплетов книг. Приводятся техника переплета, рассказывается об используемом инструменте.

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The paper repair is also tricky from the point of materials because this type of paper is rather difficult to find. I have found that my paper has had to be saved and scrounged from various sources, mainly from old wrapping paper. If you intend to do many repairs to books you will need to cultivate this magpie habit. Collections of various old papers and cloths are most useful and cannot be purchased from a shop. Most books in paper boards have thin paper lettering labels which should be carefully preserved and replaced on the new back, as these are impossible to reproduce exactly.

Wind a couple of turns of a cord round the pointed end of your folder and pull the slack through till the cord on the far side starts to move, then you have it tight. This will prevent the book from springing back to its original state. Gluing The sections of the book, now firm and pressed together, need to be lightly glued before the process of rebinding can begin. The cords should be separated and fluffed so they may be kept dry during the gluing. To separate the sections of the cords roll the cord between two fingers in the opposite way to which it was made and the strands will spring apart.

Most books in paper boards have thin paper lettering labels which should be carefully preserved and replaced on the new back, as these are impossible to reproduce exactly. The skilful reback in paper is a delight to see, for it is possible to complete the rebacking so that it is almost invisible. This is easiest when the book to be rebacked is one of those that has two colours, the first being the spine and the second the side paper. The spine paper is carefully removed and the new paper slipped under the old side paper which, when replaced undamaged, will show no signs of repair, especially when the old label has been replaced.

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