Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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dull-coated

A paper having a coated surface that is low in gloss. It is usually a free sheet base stock coated two sides with calcium carbonate or blanc fixe, and finished with a flat or smooth surface offering minimum gloss or glare. It is made to standard book sizes and weight, and is suitable for printing fine halftones. (17 , 156 )




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