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I received a paperback book that has a 3-digit number written in what appears to be black sharpie at the very top of the spine, partially covering the manufacturer's logo. The only other mark on the book is a bookshop's stamp on the flyleaf, and I'm confident that's acceptable for PBS.
Otherwise the book is pristine and appears never to have been read. I'd like to repost when I'm finished with it - do y'all think that number is ok? There's nothing specifically about writing on the cover in the PBS guidelines - they only address writing on text pages, which is verboten.
This type of writing on the spine is fine so yolu are good to post it. The PBS book conditions state:
The exceptions to the writing on texrt pages are for cookbooks, textbooks and travel books.
You can find the book condition guidelines int eh help center by searching under Book Condition.