Attached lightly to a page of the book.
Usually of plates, mounted to the page with adhesive along one edge.
A plate, letter, photo, announcement, etc. sewn or glued in to the binding of the book or pamphlet. Compare with laid-in.
A leaf document or slip that is attached loosely in the book using past or gum.
Illustrations that are printed separately, usually on glossy paper, are later tipped-in to the completed book, a process which involves placing a small strip of glue to the interior edge of the page and then inserting it and pressing it into the book. Also signed editions of a book often have tipped-in signature pages, which allows the publisher the convenience of sending 2,000 sheets of paper to The Author instead of 2,000 books.
Illustration or other printed matter separately from the main work and pasted in correct position at its inner edge to the page following or preceding it.
This is when a photograph, picture, letter, autograph, ect...... is attached to the endpiece, page, leaf, and/or cover. [Back to the Top
An item pasted down by one edge which may be expanded or removed, such as a map or photo.
Means the plate, autograph, letter, photo, et cetera, is actually attached to the book.
Means the plate, autograph, letter, photo, etc., is actually attached to or glued into the book.