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Book with embossed leaves










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #7802820.

A book includes a book body and at least one leaf. The book body is provided with two spaced folding lines to divide an outer side of the book body into a front face, a back face, and a spine interconnecting the front and the back face, and an inner side of the book body into a first and a second inner surface corresponding to the front and the back face, respectively, and a connecting surface corresponding to the spine and interconnecting the first and the second inner surface. The leaf is attached to one of the first and the second inner surface, and includes an illustration printed on a top surface of the leaf, a first embossed portion corresponding to the illustration, and at least one second embossed portion spaced from and higher than the first embossed portion to protect the latter against collapse by external pressure.








 
 
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