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Books That Are A Work Of Art


Did you know that there are different types of book bindings? Most people think mainly of leather but know nothing about what kind of leather? Don Tibbles Bookbinding binds books in goat skin. These goat skins are truly unique. They come from England and are then imported to the US.


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Each book they bind is bound by hand and done with special attention to detail -- they even put in the gold ribbon to mark your place. They use gold lettering and embossed the owner's name on the outside of the book. Each book bound by this company would surely become a treasure for you and future generations to come.

This book binding store is located in California but seems to have very little online information. Don Tibbles Bookbinding specializes in binding Bibles that seem to be very unique. This bookbinding company also uses calf skins for their binding and a vegetable tannage. This company is very exclusive.

Online you can find order forms and examples of what the completed product will look like. Bibles are very sentimental to many people so this bookbinding store seems like a very good choice for people looking to protect and preserve their family bibles beautifully for years and years.

This company has many different bibles to choose from and you can also order song books, ministry books or insight books. This company seems to focus on Jehovah Witness books. Most of the books they have come in green, burgundy, black, copperhead or dark blue.

Their prices range from $70.00 dollars to $250.00 depending on the type of book your looking for. They have an online order form so you can order their books from anywhere. These bibles and books seem to be treasures for family and friends that will last a lifetime.

Bible's are some families' entire lives. They teach their children by them on a daily basis and study them themselves as much as possible. If you are a religious person and want to own a family bible that will be a real treasure, Don Tibbles Bookbinding seems to be an exclusive answer.

Their attention to detail and originality are very important aspects of their company. They do every bible by hand and pay extra special attention to detail. The finished product comes in its own box and is created as a materpiece for yourself, a friend or a family member to enjoy forever.


 


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