Library Binding

In binding and finishing, a casebound book bound in accordance with the standards of the American Library Association. Library bindings having strong endleaf papers, reinforced endsheets, four-cord thread, canton-flannel backlining, and covers of Caxton buckram cloth, with round corners.

'Library binding also refers to any case binding process involving low-quantity production, some degree of hand-work, and some amount of binding repairs.

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