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Binding Terms

A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloging (Thesauri for Use in Rare Book & Special Collections Cataloging)

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Published by Amer Library Assn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliographic & subject control,
  • Thesauri,
  • Special collections,
  • Cataloging And Classification,
  • Bookbinding,
  • Reference,
  • Terminology,
  • Cataloging of rare books,
  • Cataloging of special collecti,
  • Cataloging of special collections in libraries,
  • Libraries

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8224200M
    ISBN 100838972101
    ISBN 109780838972106

    Bookbinding definition, the process or art of binding books. See more. binding copy - A book that is worth re-binding; the book covers are in serious disrepair, but the text is fine. blank leaves - See blanks. blanks - Refers to a blank page that is left intentionally in the book.

    No book is going to teach a student how to craft a compelling, clever and concise essay. That is the main feature of good essay help. My brother and I have never thought twice about the . Browse book+binding on sale, by desired features, or by customer ratings.

    A PDF version of the booklet on bookbinding included in the Traveling Scriptorium kit is now online. It contains sections on materials of Medieval bookbinding; terminology; Carolingian, Romanesque, Gothic, and limp bindings; and a comprehensive bibliography. The PDF will be updated and expanded on occasion. Unfortunately, we do not have hard copies to sell, but. The art, trade, or profession of binding books. 2. The binding of a book. book′bind′er n. book′bind′ery n. n. 1. the process or art of binding books.


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Binding Terms Download PDF EPUB FB2

Let us help with this glossary of book binding terms. Boards – The stiff material commonly referred to as the covers. Boards were historically made of wood, but most modern binders use cardboard. Bowed – A condition where the boards of a hardcover book have turned either inwards or outwards in relation to the leaves.

This often occurs because of a rapid change in moisture. Case Binding is a method of binding in which the book case (cover) is made separately from the textblock and later attached to it. (As distinguished from leather bindings where the cover is assembled on the book.)The textblock is attached to its case by means of super hinge endsheets, and an adhesive.

Buckram book cloth is used in bookbinding to cover the outside of the book. It is hard-wearing and hence has often been used by libraries to cope with heavy book use, hence the term ‘library Binding Terms book.

The Document Centre have a stock of many different colours available and use buckram bookcloth daily, for example for use in thesis binding.

One side of a sheet of paper. Sheets x 2 = # pages in a book. Perfect binding (also called adhesive binding) A pamphlet binding process using only adhesive, usually a hot-melt, to secure the pages into a wrap-around cover.

Telephone books and paperbacks are typical of Perfect binding. Quarter-bound. Welcome to Binding Terms: A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloging. The introductory text from the print edition is available. To view a term record, click on its first letter from the list below.

The Alphabetical List contains unapproved terms and references. To determine whether a term is approved. The binding of a book describes the material that is used to make the upper (front) and lower (back) covers. Books are bound in all manner of materials including various papers, cloths, hides and even metals to increase aesthetic appeal or durability.

a book lacking the original binding or with a binding in poor condition, i.e. a book in need of a new binding - can also be referred to as a reading copy.

Boards the covers of a hard bound book; the boards are the stiff cardboard or paperboard which is usually covered with cloth or leather; and when covered with paper, the covers are properly. A book with its spine cracked is one where the book automatically falls open to a place where the binding has been substantially weakened.

Often, the mull or backing can be seen through the "crack" when the book lies open. A spine split is a spine crack carried to an extreme. The book shown at left is almost completely separated along the spine. Book Binding Raised Bands.

Book Cover or Book Board – The front and back covers of books are often referred to as book covers or book boards as they are often made of bookbinding board and cover the book. Joint – The Joint of a book is the small groove which runs vertically down the book itself between the book boards (book cover) and the spine.

It bends when the book is opened and is. Most books do not include printing on the inside covers, so they are 4/0/0/4 (0 refers to no ink).

A book with color printing on the inside back cover only, for example, would be noted as 4/0/4/4. Adhesive Casebound: This is a standard binding for hardcover books, which utilizes glue to hold the interior text block to the cover.

It is the. BINDING COPY A book whose text block is complete and serviceable, but the current binding is defective or incomplete. Types of stitched or sewn bindings: A sewn book is constructed in the same way as a hardbound book, except that it lacks the hard covers.

Stapling through the centerfold, also called saddle-stitching, joins a set of nested folios Magazines are considered more ephemeral than books, and less. In old books, an inscription at the beginning or end of a book, often including the printer's name and details of production.

In modern books, the publisher's device. covering The operation of covering a binding in cloth, leather, vellum or other material. cut flush The cover cut flush with, i.e. the same size as, the sections. cutting boards. Leather Binding: Terminology and Techniques Book Collecting Guide.

While there are many varieties of book binding out there to catch the eye of the collector or serious reader, nothing is quite so long-lasting and impressive as leather-bound books. A book with covering material extended at the top to enable it to be hooked to a belt.

glaire, glair A preparation of white of egg or shellac used to fix the gold leaf in tooling and edge gilding. : Binding Terms: A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloging (Thesauri for Use in Rare Book & Special Collections Cataloging) (): Association of College and Research Libraries.

Rare Books and Manuscripts Section. Standards Committee: Books. A method of binding books whereby holes are drilled on the spine, and a plastic grasping device is inserted to hold the pages together. PMS: The abbreviation of the Pantone Color Matching System.

Point: A measurement unit equal to 1/72 of an inch. 12 points to a pica, 72 points to an inch. Portrait. The right angles on the unbound edges of the front and back covers of a hardcover book.

The binding of the book, particularly the front and back panels. The original cloth covers, usually including the spine, bound into the book when a new binding is made. Normally they. Antiquarian And Rare Book Glossary Of Terms You Should Know Raptis Rare Books | Fine Rare and Antiquarian First Edition Books for Sale.

Rebound – The original binding of the book has been removed and a new binding has been attached and re-sewn. A book with leather or cloth on the spine and a weaker covering material (usually paper) everywhere else is said to have a quarter binding. A book with.

Binding Margin. Sometimes referred to as inner margin or gutter margin. It is the distance or space between the binding edge and text on the page.

Return to Top. Binding Ticket. A form that provides the binder with the necessary instructions to bind a customer’s periodical or book. Return to Top. Buckram. A very strong book cloth used to make.A state in which all or some of the pages of a book have not been separated from the adjacent pages, caused by a traditional method for printing and binding books in which a large sheet of paper was printed with several pages, folded, and bound into the book.A small book or leaflet containing information or arguments about a single subject.

Signature A letter, number, or symbol placed at the bottom of the first page on each sheet of printed pages of a book as a guide to the proper sequence of sheets in binding.