Links: Rebinding Projects and Reviews
I've posted quite a few auction links recently, and now it's time to catch up on other types of link, namely rebinding projects and reviews. Here are some reader-submitted pieces, profusely illustrated, that are well worth your time.
First, a couple of intriguing rebinding projects undertaken by Leonard's Book Restoration. I wrote about my experience having a Deluxe Compact ESV rebound in natural pigskin by Leonard's, so it's nice to see people experimenting with skins other than calf and goat — in this case, deer and sheep:
There are a lot of interesting editions out there, more than I can ever hope to cover all by myself. Looking at these posts, I'm reminded that (a) I have a TNIV Reference Bible on my desk I need to photograph, and (b) despite all my chatter about the ESV, I don't think I've ever done a proper piece on Crossway's calfskin offerings (apart from the cordovan calf, which was an old enough piece not to have the nice photos). So I'm remiss. I need to do something about it. In the meantime, though, enjoy these first-hand looks: