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Visual Glossary of Preservation Terms
Bookband - for books with covers falling off, often used in conjunction with a phase box.
LBS binders - also known as pamphlet binders come in different styles:
- CD LBS - this is a binder that was developed in-house as a way to provide access to compact discs that go to the stacks.
- Envelope LBS - these are two examples of LBS binders, or pamphlet binders, that have envelopes sewn into them so fragile or damaged items can be stored with some protection.
- Music LBS - this is an LBS binder, or pamphlet binder, that is designed for music. The pocket holds the loose materials that can not be bound with the primary score.
Phase box (closed) - for damaged books, larger books, occasionally multiple books, books that benefit from a micro-climate (vellum), and damaged or extremely brittle books. This is used for books generally too heavy for a tuxedo box.
Phase box (open) - another example of a phase box.
Tuxedo box (closed) - for light weight books that need additional protection on the shelf. This is a rather large example, generally there is only one tab per box.
Tuxedo box (open) - another example of a tuxedo box.