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Re: [Fwd: An inquiry about bookbinding]

Cheapest way is to prepare the book with a plastic spiral binding. You can be
photocopy ready right from your computer, including heavy card covers.  Any
big photocopy chain will do this for you.
Not elegant, but "OK".

Art Rubino & Co.
Numismatic & Philatelic Arts of Santa Fe
Antiquarian Book Sellers
P.O. Box 9712
Santa Fe, NM 87504  USA
Phone  505 982 8792
Fax      505 982 0291
Email  Art_Rubino@xxxxxxx
We are always interested in buying
fine used Numismatic & Philatelic books.

Catalogues Available By Email
[Win 95/Word 6.0 Format]
Numismatic Books  [This catalogue runs to about 110 pages]
Numismatic Sales Catalogues & Fixed Price Lists
Treasure [Numismatic] Books
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Supplies for Collectors

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A request from a Boston University student .
<BR>Please be kind and reply directly to her adress.
<BR>Thank you.


<P>Uri Kolodni
<BR>Bookbinding &amp; Restoration
<BR>18 Zangwill Str.
<BR>62599 Tel-Aviv

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I would like to have my fathers poems and prose made into a book. Can
you do this/ If so what are the price ranges? As I am a student i am in
search of an economical option. Also, when i begin to transfer his works
onto my computer is there a special type of formatting I should use, in
order to prepare his works for binding?

Thank you in advance for your help.

Lynette Martyn


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