Books, no less than their authors, are liable to get ragged and to experience the neglect and the contempt which generally follow the outward and visible signs of poverty.
We do therefore most heartily commend the man [sic] who bestows on a tattered and shivering volume such decent comely apparel as may protect it from the insults of the vulgar and the more cutting slights of the fair.
--Hartley Coleridge, Biographia Borealis
BOOKBINDING, REPAIR & RESTORATION
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OR ANY BOOK IN NEED OF SALVATION,
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