[ModLib] Peter Ibbetson 207.1; H. Wolff
brianlemasters at gmail.com
Sat Jun 16 16:08:37 EDT 2012
Good afternoon, all,
I record these uncommon events in the notes section of my database. For
example, I have the Fineman variant that Barry mentioned, and I will
just append that detail to the notes of that entry. I have a Giant
somewhere that is half one stock and half another, so the more acidic
half has toned while the other half of the volume is a nice crisp
white. And we have discussed before the low quality of the late 60's
-early 70's paper. I find the differences in type to be more
intriguing, however, as it affects the readability of the book.
Scot, how did you know that I was working on those inserts for my
bookcase to allow me to double-stack my books?
On 6/16/2012 2:12 PM, Scot Kamins wrote:
> On Jun 16, 2012, at 11:57 AM, Murry wrote:
>> They both have the same number of pages. both DJs fit the thick one.
>> I suspect that the pages in the thick ones are made of thicker paper
>> than the thin one. I have't seen this on other books. Does it count
>> as a variant.
> Not as far as ModernLib is concerned. No collector in the 16-year
> history of ModernLib has ever expressed an interest in naming paper
> stock as a variant.
> Of course, collectors being sufferers of obsessive-compulsive disorder
> and one step above hoarders (we build shelves -- hoarders just pile
> stuff), your criteria may vary.
> Scot Kamins
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