A cardboard case, used to hold and protect a book so that only the spine is exposed.
A protective box with one edge left open so the spine of the book inside can be seen.
An open-ended box, sometimes leather-covered, made to protect a book
An open-ended protective box for a book. Often referred to as a publisher's box.
a box with one open side, into which a volume or a multi-volume set is "slipped" for protection; publishers often issue a slipcase with two and three volume sets
Generally refers to any box-type covering separate from the jewel case and that you can slide the CD into. Usually made of thin cardboard, but some are made of plastic, like the first pressing of the FF10 soundtrack.
a box usually made of paper-covered relatively thin cardboard (not the corrugated board found in "cardboard boxes") with one end open so that one or several volumes (in this case two volumes) can be slipped into the box for protection
a five-sided box, usually made of high-quality cardboard, in which book s or book sets are slipped for protection
A box, usually cloth-covered board , which holds a book or a set of books leaving spines exposed to view
A box that a book slides into, leaving just the spine exposed. Clamshell cases open like a clam and then fully enclose the book when shut.
A box with one open side for the book to slide in and out of.
A sturdy, protective box that houses a book or set of books. Slipcases are most often made of cloth or of paper covered cardboard.
A protective container with one open end into which a book or books can be inserted.
(SLC) A box built to house and protect a book, leaving the spine exposed.
A protective and often decorative box made to contain a book or set of books
Open-ended box that holds a binder. It serves to put your album or photos in dark storage protecting the contents from dust and light. Close Window
Boards covered in paper, cloth, or leather, which houses a book, leaving only its spine exposed.
a cardboard box open at one end into which single copies of a book (or two or three related volumes) are inserted; nowadays used for decorative effect.
A case into which a chipboard box, book or binder slides into, normally significantly deeper than it is wide.
A well fitting open ended case into which a book may be slipped or pushed for protection, leaving the spine displayed.
A cardboard case covered in paper, cloth, or leather, the slipcase houses a book, leaving only its spine exposed.
A cardboard case covered in paper, cloth or leather which holds a book with only the spine exposed.
A hard case usually made of sturdy cardboard that holds a hardcover or softcover book so that the book's spine is showing.
A slipcase is a five-sided (or sometimes four-sided) box, usually made of high-quality cardboard, into which binders, books or book sets are slipped for protection. Special editions of books are often slipcased.