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Papier-mâché binding is an approach to bookbinding in which the boards of the book are decoratively-sculpted papier-mâché covered in plaster, pressed in a mold. Papier-mâché binding was used in England during the mid-nineteenth century.
- Bookbinding in the British Isles: Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century, Part I. London: Maggs Bros Ltd. 1996. ISBN 0901953083. OCLC 16318976.
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