Leather binding comes in a variety of forms, from traditional binding, in full,
half or quarter leather bindings with raised bands, foiling, hand tooling and marble papers to suit;
to modern leather books, with a sleek, simple design.
Journals can be rebound in leather to match the original binding colours and styles including labels,
gold tooling, raised bands and library crests
Leather Minute Books
Many historical organisations across the UK choose DAD Bookbinders to bind their minute books
in full leather to match the original historical volumes.
Pattern volumes are required and a rub is taken for future reference so that all subsequent volumes match.
We use the finest Goatskin and Calf leather supplied by J. Hewit & Sons Ltd, one of the
U.K.’s finest leather suppliers.
From traditional colours to match existing bindings to more modern options,
there is always an option to suit your project.