last updated Wed Aug-08-2007  14:05
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:
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.

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