Bible Rebinding

Rebinding a Bible is often a good option — particularly when the Bible is not an easily-replaceable edition. Rebindings are available in limp or overlapping flexible covers of imitation or genuine leather. Many Bibles can be repaired using the old covers. Imitation leather rebinding (which we generally do not recommend) is generally $70-$80, and genuine leather is generally $80-$100. depending on the size and condition of the Bible. there may be extra charges for resewing and mending. Free estimates. When you send your Bible, please state type of cover material, color and style you prefer. If you wish a name imprinted in gold, please print it clearly in block letters. Black bindings and burgundy bindings tend to keep their good looks the longest. …


Single Name Imprint: On Front Cover

Most books and Bibles may be imprinted with a name in 23k gold. This process does not work well on vinyl, but works on most other binding materials. If ordering imprinting on our website, simply use the Order Notes field to describe the imprint(s) wanted. Because imprinting is time-consuming and our equipment heats up slowly, we generally do imprints only about once a week. Consequently, imprinting may delay your order a few days. Our machine can imprint only one line. …

#4728-02, $10.00

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