Working on copies of the Engineer magazine, this lot from 1901, the paper was not only very large, but also quite flexible. This meant that a level of innovation was required in the binding.
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After years of procrastination, resistance and ignorance, we have finally made the move to Facebook.
The Guildford Heritage Festival was a very pleasant day this year.
Unfortunately long time member and Yapp editor Mervyn Bond has passed away recently.
New courses for 2014 have been scheduled, including beginners, advanced and some special courses. Check out the details on our events calendar, and make sure that you book early.
Continuing on from Part 1, this article describes the rest of the process for completing the restoration.
Fremantle’s Esplanade Park was overrun by pirates on Sunday for the annual Talk Like a Pirate Day event, which drew crowds despite unpredictable weather.
The results of the Royal Show competition are now available. As always, a big congratulations to not only the winners, but also to all those who took the time and effort to put entries in.
I was recently asked if I could repair a set of nine bound volumes of The Engineer magazine.
The next beginners course has been scheduled, starting immediately (September 2013). We expect to be able to fit another one in this year, and then we will follow up with an advanced course.