Three-quarter binding

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English

Noun

Three-quarter binding (plural Three-quarter bindings)

  1. "A binding in which the spine and about one-third of the boards and the corners are covered in one material and the small remaining portion of the board in another."[1]

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References

  1. Greenfield, Jane. ABC of bookbinding : a unique glossary with over 700 illustrations for collectors & librarians. New Castle, DE : Oak Knoll Press ; New York, NY : Lyons Press, 1998. OCLC Number: 37935225.
  2. Macchi, Federico, Livio Macchi, Milena Alessi, Michel Wittock, and Piccarda Quilici. Dizionario Illustrato Della Legatura. Milano: S. Bonnard, 2002. Print.