Family history book repair saves genealogy books and family history books with torn covers and broken spines
These family history books were county histories that were coming apart. When there is no spine or a very weak one, our bookbinder creates a new one and then reattach the cover to the newly created spine.
Family history book repair using "Splice" method
When there is no spine or a very weak one, our bookbinder creates a new one and then reattach the cover to the newly created spine.
The "well" method to repair
Another popular way to save sentimental family history book covers is to use the "well" method. Under this method, a bookbinder will create a new spine and cover from scratch with the original cover to be attached to the new cover or flush to the new cover. The "well" method is further discussed in Bible Restoration and Options and Extras for more detail.
Replacing damaged covers with new covers & foil stamping
"...thank you for sending the links for the optimized files for the book. They look very good and the rebinding job on the physical book is superb. The owner of the book will be pleased. I'm very satisfied and enjoyed working with you and your staff on this project." Mary