These two Alexander Pope’s volumes were in poor condition: dry leather, covers detached, missing top and bottom of spines, disappearing labels. By the way, a book should never be removed from a shelf by pulling it by the top of the spine; inevitably, it will lead to a break of this section. Here again, same procedure. New strips of leather to reattach the covers, rebuild the tops and bottoms of the spine. Brand new labels were glued on. Applying a dye on the leather and treatment followed.