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    Broken Spine Problems
    From: Robert Block
    Date: 2002 Jan 28, 7:19 AM

    We have had a couple of books go "broken spine"
    on us. Very distressing indeed.
    
    Recently we had a rebinding job done on three of them.
    Costs about 30 USD apiece, more if you must keep your old
    covers. Work is so outstanding as to
    be unbelievable. Work done in Los Angeles area.
    Because of minimum charge, need about three books to
    justify.
    
    http://www.katercrafts.com/
    
    I am sure there are rebinders everywhere, but this one did
    such a nice job on a 'hardbound?'
    "Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea" that
    appeared hopeless because the original binding
    was of such poor, virtually paperback quality.
    Came out wonderful.
    
    Some of our old cookbooks were also done.  They were rebound
    so they would "open flat", -- a cookbook need. I think I
    would always ask for this if the book remains can accommodate.
    
    Robert
    
    Robert Block
    Santa Barbara CA
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