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by Craig Stark

#66, 17 April 2006

One of the more common faults encountered on vintage and antiquarian books is gilt damage, whether it's chipping, fading or rub out. It's a surprisingly easy repair, however, and Book Repair editor Gail Altman discusses two techniques today.

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