Hardcover binding is the durable solution to preserve paperbacks and other important materials
Hardcover Binding for personal books, paperbacks and other publications with beautiful covers
Hardcover binding is also known as "case binding" and is used to make hardcover books. Many of our clients want to preserve and better organize several paperback volumes into a single book. Others want to preserve reference books that are falling apart. Our hardcover binding work is performed by hand and entirely in-house. These casebound books are sturdy and durable. It is the ultimate choice for clients that want their book to have a long shelf life or for books that receive heavy usage.
Hardcover binding personal love letters and poetry
This special commemorative book was a compilation of personal letters that a devoted man wrote to his fiance daily that was given to her on their wedding day.
The second book is a book of poetry. Click on the photos for larger images.
Rebinding special books in leather hardcover
The first Churchill book was rebound as a limited edition and given as a gift to Ted Cruz. The hardcover book was custom foil stamped with raised spine bands and spine foiling. A personal message was foil stamped into the interior. Click on the photos for larger images.
The second book shows a collection of leather hardcover books that were originally a soft cover books. Each of these was foil stamped and given as gifts.
Hardcover binding to secure and bind 8 1/2" x 11" pages
Important reference materials or published works always look best in a leather hardbound book. We also recommend hot foil stamping your new hardcover book with text, images and rule lines. All of our books are handmade, imparting a custom feel. You can add spine bands or rule lines for a custom look.
"...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