Replacing material loss of Bible pages

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I am “cleaning up” a Bible for a friend. The pages are badly dog eared, but amazingly few, if any, tears. There are only three places I can find where the is material missing from a page edge. And in those instances, the losses are no larger than half of a dime. I have available and have used the Sekishu tissue and even the lighter weight hinging tissue – but they both seems a bit “heavy” for these extremely thin, fragile pages. Thoughts? Thanks for your time.

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Asked on November 14, 2021 6:59 pm
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Answered on November 14, 2021 7:38 pm
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    The best material in this case might be heat set tissue. That is what I often turn to for Bibles.

    Here it is at Talas: https://www.talasonline.com/Crompton-Coat-Tissue.

     

     

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