Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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cover turned-in ( cloth turned-in )

The covering material of a book that is turned over the edges and onto the inside surfaces of the boards, the (uneven) edges of which are covered by the PASTEDOWN . Although the term is generally applied to edition and library bindings, books bound by hand are also usually turned-in. In library binding the customary turn-in is 5/8 inch, while in edition binding it is seldom more than 1/2 inch, and frequently less. (58 , 209 )




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