Kinds of library bindings, Other Management

KINDS OF LIBRARY BINDINGS:

Having got a brief introduction to the processes of binding, lot us discuss the kinds of binding required for the different types of documents in a library. These Include:

  • Publishers' casings and paperbacks 
  • Library reinforced binding 
  • Library binding: Full leather binding; Half leather binding, pull cloth binding; Half cloth binding.

Perfect binding and plastic covering for books. While dealing with reinforced binding and library binding, extracts from standards of Binding by the American Library Association and Ranganathan's specifications for books that are to be either rebound and to be bound for the first time, are given.

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