By - chubbyGobKing
One of us, one of us, one of us...
I have also archived old parish magazines onto archive.org Dated 1988 to 1903. You can see the iterative improvements to paper and print between each year.
Aw, hell yeah, same! I worked on a rare books digitization project that's on archive.org. Was planning on writing an essay about the parallels between Bookworm and early printing genre/format/technology based on that experience.
I need those 👀
I bought mine from a Chinese vendor, a pack of 40 cost something like $3.
Hrmm... I can't exactly tell if this is archival-quality polyester for encapsulation, but still a cute touch!
Oh I bought it from some place called kpc-ltd a library resources provider. They where the only ones selling these type of things that I stumbled on.
Oh interesting. I've never seen them with this kind of embellishment before!
Seeing as they are around 26 pence a sleeve I just fell into the habit of wanting to get all my books covered in them. Still have a long way to go to completely cover all of my books. Still just feels nice knowing that the books will have a but more protection against my idiot self.
Link to site just in case. https://kpc-ltd.com
Since this shows the Part 3 title, you need a spoiler tag.
Your books are works of art just like Ferdinand wants!
I need you to tell me where you got that
I bought them off of AliExpress as ebay and amazon where lame ducks with only a couple choices available.
Link to the listing I bought from. They where the 23x23x2.5mm gold, silver and bronze respectively.
Did get lost in customs for a long while (2 months) but I'm so happy with them I'm buying more to do more books and add some protection to some of my worn hardbacks I got. I quite like the bronzed ones personally.
But feel free to use that as inspiration to find ones you like.
Thank you^ . ^