Didn’t know how else to title this one. New to this. I have a late 1800’s book that looks at first glance that it was “sewn into tapes” I think is the term. But the tapes are actually inserted through the sections instead of being sewn. As in, small slits were cut through the whole text block and the steps “sewn” through it. Maybe some odd repair? It just occurred to me I hadn’t looked close to see if that was orig or if it had initially been sewn the traditional way. How would you even make slits like that without destroying the paper?
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