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Binding and Repairing Books by Hand

by David Muir

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This is most excellent in its clarity of language. The glossary was a huge help because if one leaps right into bookbinding without any primer, one is studying a foreign language. With the glossary, at least I get translations to which I can relate. The operations are clear and uncomplicated UNTIL YOU DO THEM. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see one better have dexterity in his hands and fingers. And a heluva lot of patience! I wonder if author Muir yet knows one of his illustrations is missing? ( )
  andyray | Mar 5, 2008 |
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