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Preservation Framing

History In Ink Framed Originals are carefully created in order to preserve the autographs.

We take care to make our framed displays some of the best—wonderful conversation pieces for the home or office.  They include one or more photographs and usually include one or more engraved plates identifying the person and, if appropriate, the event.  Click here to see examples of our framing.

The autographs and photographs touch only acid-free materials. We use acid-free, lignin-free mat board.  Each piece is framed with clear conservation glass, which keeps more than 97% of harmful ultraviolet light in the 300–380 nm range from reaching it.  The mats are layered in order to hold the autographs and photographs well away from the glass. A cover on the back of the piece helps keep dust, which can contain harmful chemical particles, away from the autograph.

Most of the unframed autographs that we offer can be framed.  We will be happy to quote the framed price upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are always interested in buying quality autographs.  See Selling Your Autographs.

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