Greetings fellow preservationists!
I recently acquired a poster-sized parts identification drawing of a Browning Model 1918 Machinegun (still perplexed by the model because it is largely a 1917 watercooled) that has been stored folded for most of its life. I would like to get the creases out and have it framed behind low UV glass and hung in my library.
Is there a way to get creases out of paper?
I think that the material is actually drafting paper referred to as vellum.
I'll post pictures shortly. Need to lay it out and photograph it.