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  • Endband | Definition and Translations

    An endband is a part of a (hardcover) book that consists of a small cord or strip of material affixed near the spine to provide structural reinforcement and decorative effect.


    Dutch: kapitaalbandje
    German: Kapitalband, Kapital
    Polish: kapitałka
    Portuguese: cabeceado
    Russian: каптал
    Spanish: Cabezadas

    Related Term(s): Headband Tailband


    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Xavier Álvarez L_____B bussket

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