Leonard’s Specialty Rebinding Styles

While we love doing the day to day rebinding and repair jobs on people’s personal Bibles, we’ve also developed some specialty styles of our own over the years that are quite different than what you can find elsewhere.  They are the Historical Series, the Build-Your-Own Leather-Lined Style, and the American West III.  They are full styles, and their characteristics are not interchangeable.

To go straight to the order form for the leather-lined River Grain goatskin style, click here.  Or, to order the American West III, click here. (It’s down at the bottom of the form.)

Leather-Lined River Grain Goatskin Style

Lined with soft lambskin on the inside of the cover

The American West III style

Western Deco look in hand-dyed English calfskin.

Leonard’s Historical Bible Rebinding Series

This series consists of five styles representing looks typical of a period.  With a couple of them, we’ve also made corresponding softcover versions for you (even though we all know a softcover wouldn’t be very authentic).  For more information about any of these styles, and historical background too, click on the pictures.  Or, click to go straight to the order form for these styles.

16th Century Geneva Historical Style

Hardcover period look in mahogany rustic goatskin.

The 17th Century Country Parson Style

Hardcover and softcover, in brown hand-dyed rustic goatskin

18th Century Revivalist Style

Hardcover and softcover English calfskin with period tooling

19th Century Circuit Rider Style

Stiff flex-cover with historical style tab closure

20th Century Sunday School Teacher Style

Black soft-tanned goatskin with black silk moire end pages