Everything posted by Mr.Maim
I guess I can't edit my own posts. I was going to put the pictures above in my first post. No animals were harmed in the making of this drawing. It is done on drafting paper vellum. Let me re-word my question: does anyone have experience in removing creases from documents, posters, pictures, or drawings?
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.
Greetings from Phoenix, Arizona! I signed up for an account here a couple years ago and just realized that this will be my very first post! (embarrassed) I'm mainly into US Military arms and armament from WWI and WWII and British arms and armament from the same eras. Also, training posters and military manuals. I've got some paper restoration and care/handling questions I'll be posting momentarily.