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Re: Ink fading question
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- Date: Mon, 6 Jul 1998 20:49:08 -0500
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Get the drawing scanned and make duplicates as soon
as possible. Put the original away in acid free paper.
Hope this helps
On 5 Jul 98, the dancing digits of Jenni Bick delivered:
Here's a question for the group--I'm embarassed that I don't
know the answer, but its never come up before.
My Grandmother did an ink drawing about 1992 (not too long
ago!) that I have framed, and I recently noticed that it is
fading dramatically. I can imagine in another 6 years it
will be gone. I have the picture framed, but not in a sunny
spot. I know she used an office-supply-type roller ball pen,
on copy paper. The drawing is very special to me, not
valuable in a general sense, and I'd like to halt the
fading. I would like to keep it on display if possible. Is
there anything I can do?
Thanks in advance!
The Printed Word Studio