“We received our books yesterday and we are so impressed with the quality of the rebinds. It has been a pleasure working with you!” – Ware County Schools, Georgia
We are currently sending our Textbook Rebinding Information Packets to schools. Please call or email us for your school’s packet and secure a spot in our textbook rebinding schedule.
Our rebound textbooks are stitched with a heavy thread. Other binderies simply glue the pages. A stitched book is considerably stronger and less prone to failure than a glue bound book.
Library Buckram bookcloth will be used when pre-printed covers are not available.
We use high density binders’ board for the covers of rebound textbooks. Many other binderies use low density board. High density board will not bend and crush as easily as low density board. This is especially important for the corners of the cover which are subject to impact in daily use.
We add a cloth reinforcing strip to the top and bottom of the spine inlay to add support to this area of the cover. No other bindery we know of does this.
In addition to the lining around the spine of the text block, we reinforce the cover spine by adding case lining paper to the spine area and on to each of the cover boards. This provides much needed strength at the cover joints, a common point of failure on textbooks.
“Thanks for the great job on our books! So many this year!” – Liberty Christian School, Anderson, Indiana
“Thanks so much! We enjoy your excellent work every year!” – Colonial Christian School, Indianapolis, Indiana
Contact us today for information on how to submit your textbook order:
317-636-5606 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“I am just delighted!” -Ben
Ben’s favorite set of books, the 24 volume Memorial Edition of “The Works of Theodore Roosevelt” was bound in a faded red cloth that did not match his enthusiasm for the text within.
The new covers are quarter bound in Blue Roma Goat leather with Sage Linen cloth. The raised bands are highlighted with genuine gold stamping. The titles are stamped in the Cheltenham typeface which was extremely popular when Theodore Roosevelt was president. The newly re-bound Memorial Edition has a stately presence that commands attention in the bookcase.
A favorite customer brought in a beautiful book that was over 100 years old and needed a few repairs. We were able to replace the torn cloth hinge guard and save the marbled end sheets. The book is now in great working condition and is ready for many more years of use.
If you have a book that needs repair, call us at 317 636-5606. We can bring new life to your old books so they can enjoyed for many years to come.
Dear NLBCo folks,
Many years ago (about fifteen) I ordered a journal from your company. It was beautiful, with marbled hardboard covers trimmed in fine leather on spine and corners, hand-sewn binding, and a custom-stamped title. I’ve never found another like it.
The journal you made for me in 2002 has held up amazingly well, through use as both a diary and an outdoor sketchbook (pen and watercolor), and travels all over North America and Europe. Attached are some photos of how it looks today.
I will be calling tomorrow to order another one. I am so grateful that some things don’t change.
With best regards,
Call or email to explore the options for creating a custom journal, for you or for someone special. Since we make every book by hand, there are very few limitations. – 317 636-5606 or email@example.com
Once again we are binding the legislative records for the Commonwealth of Kentucky to match their distinctive and durable bookbinding standards.
The National Library Bindery Company has the expertise and equipment required to fulfill this demanding level of traditional craftsmanship.
Call on the bookbinding experts at National Library Bindery Company for beautiful books that are bound to stand the test of time. Telephone – 317 636-5606, E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our exclusive cemetery log was released last October at the Indiana State Library’s annual Genealogy Show. The log features 34 pages including log sheets to record the genealogical findings during cemetery visits. The log also contains a symbols guide to aid in decoding tombstone symbols you may find as well as a reference to the common tombstone styles you’ll encounter out in the field.
You can order a copy by clicking on ‘The Marketplace’ tab above and scrolling down to the Cemetery Log.
We are excited to announce that National Library Bindery Company Brand Cemetery Logs are now available for purchase at the Indiana Historical Bureau’s Gift Shop located at 140 North Senate Avenue.