Simple & Timeless Bible Rebinds
I have traveled the nation in healthcare since 1999. In 2001 the Lord so very graciously saved me. Since that time, I have always had a Bible with me. Traveling and carrying my Bibles as much as I do, along with daily usage, has led me to really appreciate well rebound Bibles. In late 2020 I thought I would put my hand to the rebinding of a few Bibles. Since that time I have sought to use rebinding as a way to keep my mind occupied while on the road.
Because the majority of my rebinding is done while traveling, in hotels and varied stops along the way, I do not emboss, imprint, gold leaf, nor do elaborate custom work. If you are looking for something more detailed than what I can offer, I would be happy to refer you to a handful of highly skilled Bible craftsmen (links below). If you are interested in learning to rebind yourself, I encourage you to check out brother Diego Caloca’s book.
Welcome to the home of the NEW Mobile Study Back™ Bible Rebind
MDCCXVII = 1717 Bible Rebind
Other recent work.
Basic Spine Work
Where do I generally order my leather from?
Bible / Book anatomy.
Note: yapp is not included in the diagram below. A yapp is the ‘overhang’ on the edge of a (usually soft-cover) Bible that actually helps to protect the pages while carrying. Over the last several years this has become widely popular.
“The Bible was not given to increase our knowledge, but to change our lives.” Dwight L. Moody
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