sewn binding


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sewn binding

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) bookbinding a style of binding where the backs of the gathered sections are sewn together before being inserted into a cover
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The notebooks feature sewn binding, which makes them extra durable, and canvas covers that are resilient, durable and water-resistant.
A hard cover with sewn binding beautifully produced at 9x11 is 24 pages of pure joy meant to last and be a great gift to any family, school, or organization.
manufacturing process uses a sewn binding company TIGRIS only one in the Czech Republic.
Every title has a fully sewn binding and comes with a protective slip-case.
Attractively priced, its paper edition has a sturdy cover and a sewn binding which will permit the years of use it deserves.
RF heat sealing eliminates the need for sewn binding.
The book itself is as fine as the content: handsome book cloth, pasted illustration on the cover, Smythe sewn binding of fine, heavy paper.
The volume itself (oversize: 10x12") is beautifully produced with a sewn binding.
With expensive glossy paper throughout and a sewn binding, I was surprised that it's available at the normal hardcover price.
The book is well made--printed on heavy coated stock with a sewn binding.
Bless the rare small and exacting publishers who dare to produce good books such as this one--smythe sewn binding, true book cloth, and a dust jacket--while the biggies proffer glued-in pages and flashy, trashy, frail, and plastic covering of the boards.
The Smythe sewn binding, increasingly rare, is particularly welcome.