Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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interleaved ( interleaved plate, interleaving )

1. An extra leaf, usually blank, inserted between the printed leaves of a book, generally for the writing of notes, or, if thin tissues, to prevent text and illustration from rubbing together, in which case it is more appropriately called a BARRIER SHEET . 2. A plate which has a thin leaf bearing a descriptive caption pasted to the inner margin. A leaf of cellophane is a modern version of this. (82 , 234 )




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