In desperation I inquired if you could do a job that is not typical for your company, repairing a torn document. Not only did you do it, it was done promptly and inexpensively. Thank you so much. I am so grateful.
A decade of constant study wore out my favorite Bible and I valued my notes realizing this was my most valuable possession. I didn't want to part company with it so I researched restoration that pointed to Leonard's Book Restoration, a family(...)
Excellent work by friendly, caring professionals. The absolute best in communication and quality of work. The entire staff at Leonard's Book Restoration "care" - and not just about your book project, but about your eternal soul. Simply a top(...)
Very professional job. If I didn't know that it needed to be restored, it would be difficult to see where it had been. Thank you.
Today I received my "Dream Bible" from Leonard's. Wow!
They took a bible with no cover at all, no end pages, and a torn presentation page, and made it even better than the original, new condition, from a few years ago. When the(...)
I'm so pleased with my rebound bible! I was so afraid to send my precious 21 year old bible off to be redone because I carry it with me every day but I'm glad I did. It looks beautiful. They did an amazing job within my budget and I got it back(...)
Leonard's Book Restoration is my go-to bookbinder. They have rebound several books printed in the 1700s and 1800s for me. Each looks great in tasteful 3/4 leather, but more importantly for me, the books are stabilized so that I can read and(...)
When I decided to have one of my hard-back study Bibles re-bound with a leather cover, I performed a simple Google search and honestly chose rather randomly who to do business with. Amazing really only touches the hem of the garment when(...)
My mother-in-law is a sweet lady 88 years young. Reading her bible is an important part of each of her days and has been for her entire life. In 1973, her parents gave her a red leather bible that she treasures. It had been so lovingly used(...)
This DEBRIS yearbook from my late father-in-law's freshman year at Purdue was in several pieces and the tattered binding no longer allowed us to view its pages. In spite of his likely horror at his daffy daughter-in-law's extravagance in(...)