Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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cut flush ( cut flush binding )

A book that has no SQUARES , meaning that the leaves and covers are cut even, or "flush." In most cut flush work, trimming is done after the covers (which are usually, but by no means always, paper, limp, or the self-covers of a pamphlet) have been attached. The trimming is generally done in a guillotine cutter. As a (very) general rule, no book with any degree of pretension is cut flush. (335 , 339 , 343 )




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