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The more valuable a book cover, the more worthy of protection. For centuries, slipcases have enjoyed great popularity among book lovers.
The case-shaped holder receives the book, allowing only the book spines, which are usually decorated, to be seen on the shelf. Thus, the book covers and pages are particularly well protected from dust, light and touching.

Yet a slipcase is, of course, much more than this. Perfectly matching the shape and appearance of the book, if desired the slipcase can also be decorated, printed, stamped, refined with inlay work or lined with special fabric. Thus the slipcase, together with the book, creates a harmonious whole.