Book Block: Endpapers, text block and all other materials before hard or soft binding.
Bonded Leather: A hard binding material that is made by mixing genuine leather fibers with an adhesive – bonding them into a viable cover material that is then embossed to reproduce the original texture. Less durable than genuine leather, it does retain it’s distinct smell.
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