Usually a plate or leaf etc added to book after binding, lightly glued to one edge
An illustration or addition pasted in a publication.
A method of inserting plates into a book. A small amount of glue or gum is placed on the corners of the plate which is then attached to one of the bound in pages.
plates (illustrations), maps or other inserts that have been glued along the inside edge of another page rather than bound into the book; may also refer to an item that has been similarly glued into a book (like an autograph letter) by a sometime owner.
The attachment of a loose leaf of paper by means of a thin line of paste that holds the item in place. A page that has fallen out of a book can frequently be 'tipped-in' eliminating the need for the book to be completely rebound.
Paper, photograph, or print glued down by only a narrow strip.
material such as a photo, letter, author-signed bookplate, or review slip that is attached to a book. see also Laid In
lightly fixed in along one edge only.
a sheet or sheets which were not part of the press impression, are added at a later stage by dabbing minute amounts of glue onto the edge or corners of the sheet to be pasted into the book (for example, color plates or errata sheets)
The separate insertion of a single page into a book either during or after binding by pasting one edge.