Fwd: RE: Mylar dust jacket covers

J B Krygier jbkrygier at owu.edu
Fri Jan 13 16:17:58 EST 2006

fwd: member posting from non-list email address  --jk

Begin forwarded message:

> Subject: RE: Mylar dust jacket covers
> Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2006 16:13:12 -0500
> From: "Morris, Terry" <Terry.Morris at PolarisLibrary.com>
> To: <modlib at algol.owu.edu>
> This is a little late but;
> I use Gaylord Brothers mylar covers. I used to work for them and there
> is nothing like an employee discount.
> For flex and traditional ML's I use number 8.
> For Giants I use number 9.
> The trick to mylar covers is the crisp clean fold over. When you  
> put the
> jacket in the cover you will fold over the white liner and the mylar
> itself. I use a bone (ivory) to make this fold crisp. The second trick
> is to make sure that the jacket is down into the cover as far as
> possible.
> By the way, I worked for Gaylord Brothers right up until the time we
> sold them to a competitor. When they were moving out of our building
> they tossed a bunch of inventory. Specifically book jacket covers. I
> have them in my garage, baby's room closet, front hall closet. I would
> be more then happy to trade some of them for some ML's.
> I have them in all sizes, although ML sizes are getting low. If anyone
> is interested let me know!

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