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Old 01-31-2007, 07:14 PM   #501
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Thanks all for your ideas/suggestions. I think I will go with what I have (photo album with white inserts 12X12) and I will cut the inserts the size of each specific notes... this looks like the best custom solution.
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Old 02-01-2007, 12:36 AM   #502
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Étienne, I don't know what you are precisely looking for but at a stamps and money collector shop you can get 2 kinds of sheets for your bindings. This is what a do. Look for the Canadian brand Uni-Safe Canada. You may found what you want.

There is the double and triple sheet.
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Old 02-01-2007, 07:43 AM   #503
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Soviet,

This is similar to the sheets I was talking about, except that yours contain plasticizers which, in the long run, tend to break down and leak onto the paper.

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This is similar to the sheets I was talking about, except that yours contain plasticizers which, in the long run, tend to break down and leak onto the paper.

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Interesting. I thought these were ok. I know they sell small plastic sheet seperatly the size of one bill. Would it help if I buy those or are they also bad?
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Old 02-01-2007, 04:32 PM   #505
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If you are really concerned with plastics leeching chemicals onto your valuables, you should always use Mylar-D. It's a special mylar that won't harm paper. Try searching for it on yahoo/google.
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Old 02-11-2007, 12:21 PM   #506
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WTB: New (fake?) Ordenskaya Knishka Book

I have a display project I am working on. Archival restrictions prohibits the use of the original award book. The book is going to be mounted in a framed display, so I plan on making a color copy of the original book when it's opened then carefully attaching this copy over the open fake. I guess I could simply make good quality color copies of the document in its "open" position, but I thought this might look a little more realistic.
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Old 02-11-2007, 01:42 PM   #507
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I have a display project I am working on. Archival restrictions prohibits the use of the original award book. The book is going to be mounted in a framed display, so I plan on making a color copy of the original book when it's opened then carefully attaching this copy over the open fake. I guess I could simply make good quality color copies of the document in its "open" position, but I thought this might look a little more realistic.
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I have done few display projects. In these projects I wanted to display both outside and inside of the document. I made collored copies of the inside at Kinkos. I was shocked. It was difficult to say, what is original and what is fake.
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Eric, I have a kinkos locally available. Can someone walk in and use them or does it require someone who works there to operate? the reason I ask is that first, I don't want someone else handling the book, second, I've ran into problems with the local copy places duplicating official looking documents. I once tried to have a big HSU award document and three separate copy places wouldn't do it because they said it was "illegal".
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Old 02-11-2007, 05:02 PM   #509
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Eric, I have a kinkos locally available. Can someone walk in and use them or does it require someone who works there to operate? the reason I ask is that first, I don't want someone else handling the book, second, I've ran into problems with the local copy places duplicating official looking documents. I once tried to have a big HSU award document and three separate copy places wouldn't do it because they said it was "illegal".
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This was the main reason, why I went to Kinkos.
You make a copy there for less than $1.00 by your self. without giving the original to anybody.
I had the same problem with "illigal" copying at another place.
They told me (I am not jocking) that in order to make a copy of my own Diploma from Soviet Union, I need to get a permission from Russian Government
Also, I wanted to make a business card for my wife, using her picture from the Cruise in Europe we took 3 years ago. They told me that I need to get a permission to use this picture from the cruise photographer.
At Kinkos I was able to make high quality copies of award books and letters for my displays without getting permission from Presidents Putin, Bush, and others.
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Thanks Eric, others had only looked at me weird when I told them of problems I encountered while trying to photocopy a 60+ year document..
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