the_sierran

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  1. I searched for an answer to this one and didn't find anything that suited the situation so here it is: During the golden age did any publishers use short page counts to save paper? By that I mean interior pages totaling less than a multiple of four (i.e. 62 pages instead of 64). This would result in a leaf with a half-inch or so "strip" along the binding somewhere in the back of the book opposite a corresponding full page in the front half. I have been a collector of mostly 70's books since, well, the 70's, and only have about 35 golden age books. I have never encountered this before toda