Papers are generally classified into three groups according to sizing; unsized, weak-sized, and strong-sized. Unsized papers are WATERLEAF (1) ; weak-sized papers are SLACK SIZED ; and strong-sized papers are HARD SIZED . Blotting paper is an example of waterleaf, while sized newsprint is slack sized, and bond paper is hard sized.
Rosin sizing is the principal size used for machine-made papers, while gelatin is often used for handmade papers. 3. The application of a sizing material, e.g., albumen, to the edges of a book before laying on the gold leaf. 4. The process of applying size (glair) to the covers of a book or directly into the blind impressions before tooling in gold. 5. The process of sorting books similar in size into batches for treatment. (17 , 52 , 62 , 67 , 161 , 309 , 320 , 350 )
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