American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A protective box with one open end or more, used for storing a book.
- n. A box, open on one end, for keeping a set of books together
- slip + case (Wiktionary)
“Lords of the Razor, the book itself is a thing of beauty, from the corrupt Tim Truman cover, to the red demonskin slipcase that houses it.”
“These books, limited to only 100 signed numbered sets, in slipcase, usually retail for $375, but we’re selling them for $200, a full $175 off the published price.”
“Despite its great design and die-cut claw marks, the slipcase is one of the flimsiest I’ve ever seen.”
“The special fan edition with a noble matt and glossy foil printed slipcase, which is strictly limited, contains all songs from the 'Njord' era: The 'Njord' Digipak, including two bonus tracks, as well as the brand new bonus CD 'At Heaven's End', which contains seven non-album tracks, and last but least the video clip 'My Destiny'!”
“(even though the studio's general description shown above only mentions a "slipcase" ... but maybe it's a collectible slipcase!).”
“Condition: fading to spine, shelfwear to slipcase. number 403 of 475 copies, signed by the author.”
“These high quality albums have a rich leather look and come with a matching slipcase.”
“The albums are sold with a matching slipcase that is also lined with Intercept Shield providing a second layer of protection.”
“All five issues and the slipcase will be sent to you upon publication of issue #5.”
“(And yes, as far as I know, Overlook Connection plans to produce a slipcase set for the second series, as well).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘slipcase’.
A list of bookbinding terms and phrases, for assembling new or repairing/reassembling old books.
Words used in the rare book trade (of which I was once a part). For more about how such books are put together, see hernesheir's excellent The Bindery.
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