[ModLib] dust jackets ??
pecksgrove at aol.com
Mon Oct 1 17:55:41 EDT 2012
Although, it is impressive to see a row of #7s.
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On Sep 29, 2012, at 10:50 PM, Eric Mayer <books at bluebirdbooks.com> wrote:
> Hello Bryan,
> As a regular dealer in ML titles (and not a collector), I would say I get very little interest in ML volumes without jackets. As for those jackets you've got in storage, I'd get them out and wrap them in archival mylar (Brodart) dust jacket covers. The DJs are much more artistic and colorful than the books themselves and add a lot to the enjoyment of the ML panoply.
> Eric Mayer
> Bluebird Books
> On 9/29/2012 9:06 PM, Bryan Tinkle wrote:
>> A question from a novice; do most ML collectors only collect volumes with Dust Jackets? I ask because I actually started picking up the books because 1. I liked the individual book/subject matter and 2. I liked having spines that all matched. (I prefer the Toledano #8 bindings) and I actually removed the dj's (kept neatly in a acid free box) when I file the books on my shelves.
>> The other question I have is how many of you only collect one binding style? And does anyone also collect the ML volumnes which were published in the 1990's?
>> OK that was too many questions for one email.. just wondering. I didn't start my collection for any other reason than I liked the books so I'm not trying to prepare a collection for sale, just curious how other collectors approach the process.
>> Bryan Tinkle
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