Almost all of my breviaries have damaged covers or binding.Volume II of the Liturgy of the hours is in such bad condition that the covers are attached to the spine by only two thin threads. Volume III has the end paper torn and separated at the back cover, and the glue is coming away.
Volume IV has only some tearing at the front cover, and volume I is in perfect condition.
My Anglican Breviary has no front cover, and my copy of the Newman House Lauds and Vespers (my day-to-day breviary) has both covers and the endpapers torn off.The title on the spine is also torn off, and everything is repaired with tape.
I'd like to get it repaired,but I don't know where to go. I'd like to have Lauds and Vespers rebound in leather, or at least bonded leather, with the title in gold on the spine, not on the front. I'd like to have the edges of the pages gilded.That's about it.If I could, I'd like to get the kalendar, the commons,the litany, and the preparation for communion printed up and inserted, but that's a plus.