Bible covers

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  1. JoeKan

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    Hello,
    I am seeking information on where/how/if anyone knows where I could send my study Bible to get it rebound? I love my Bible and I don't want to have to get another one anytime soon, but the cover is very tattered and torn.
    Thanks in advance,
    PREACH THE WORD!
    Joe
     
  2. mcdirector

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    This is the place I use to get all the Media Center books hardbound. I don't know if they do leather bindings or not because I don't have call for that, but they have always done a good job for me.

    They have had a name change on the bill, so they may not answer with the Southeast name.
     
  3. Psalm 95

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    I think this link could be interesting. http://www.bibledesignblog.com/. A lot of ideas and a list of link to companies that can rebind a Bible.
     
  4. sag38

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    Lots of tape usually does the trick and its a whole lot cheaper. Actually, your local printer may can help you.
     
  5. JoeKan

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    Thanks. Any more ideas?
     

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