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Cambridge Book & Print gallery recommends Bell Golding Fine Bindings.
Please call +44 (0)7747 688 965, anytime, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be happy to answer your query.
Bell Golding is independent from the Gallery, therefore please do not contact the gallery with binding enquiries.
Prices range from between £35 to £1,000 or more. No valuations.
Bell Golding continue the craft tradition of J. P. Gray & Sons, the fine binders established in Cambridge in 1847. The Head Binder was taught by George Bolton, former Head Foreman of Gray's, and binder to Siegfried Sassoon, Sir Geoffrey and Maynard Keynes and E. M. Forster, among other great collectors. He is proud to have inherited this tradition, and brings equal care to the most modest childhood story book, photograph album or recipe book, as to the finest antiquarian folio or first edition. Bell Golding work for collectors, institutions and major dealers, as well as those who have simply inherited a book worth preserving and of great sentimental value.
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