Soft binding spotlight #5
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Spiral Binding: Soft type of binding by means of a spiral-twisted wire or plastic coil at spine.

Comb Bound: Soft type binding. Your pages and cover are punched and a plastic comb secures the book at the spine. This is a favored cover for cook books and the like because they lay virtually flat on their own. Click here for more information.

Coil Bound: Soft type binding. Like comb binding method except a coil or spiral secures the book instead of a comb. Click here for more information.

* denotes a term that Gregath Publishing doesn’t normally use.

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