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About Book Restoration: Repairing Corners

If a corner is missing or damaged, it can be rebuilt to its original shape, and then recovered with cloth or leather. Sometimes, simply redyeing a corner that has become scuffed is sufficient.


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Damaged corner Rebuilt corner Recovered corner  

Missing or damaged corners (left) can be rebiult (middle) then recovered in leather (right).