Slipcase

A slipcase is a four or five-sided box, usually made of high-quality cardboard, into which binders, books or book sets are slipped for protection, leaving the spine exposed. Special editions of books are often slipcased. A few publishers, such as the Folio Society, publish all their books in slipcases. Protective slipcases may be issued for casset...
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slipcase

A box open on one side so that when a book is slipped into it, the spine shows.
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slipcase

A slipcase is a four or five-sided box, usually made of high-quality cardboard, into which binders, books or book sets are slipped for protection. Special editions of books are often slipcased. Slipcases may be issued for compact discs or DVDs, but these serve an aesthetic rather than protective purpose. They are often used in packaging for special...
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