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Hi, I am Rick at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have long used the Albrecht covers but they were supplied by my bindery. After the early '90s the bindery no longer had access to them. I am most eager to identify the company in Texas which will make them in lots of 3,000. I have many years of Geographic magazines waiting to be bound.
I would ideally join with one or more people to have them made but even if that is not possible, I would still like to identify the bindery/factory in Texas.
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