Re: [PPLetterpress] ISO archival labels w/adhesive backing
- Yes, it worked. Good post.
Now you'll turn up in their archives when someone searches far into the
On 2/1/10 3:22 PM, "Katherine Risseeuw" <kt.risseeuw@...> wrote:
> Ed is right, wheat starch paste is the best option here, as it is
> A good resource for these questions is the Conservation Online Distlist,
> with searchable archives from CoOL, as well as the Preservation
> Administration listserv (PADG). Suppliers of archival materials are listed,
> as well.
> Katie Risseeuw
> From: Ed Inman <edinman@...>
> Reply-To: <PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com>
> Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2010 12:08:39 -0600
> To: <PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: Re: [PPLetterpress] ISO archival labels w/adhesive backing
> I asked that same question many years ago and was told rather sternly by
> some librarians there is really no such thing as an archival self-adhesive
> sticker suitable for bookplates. Over time they will peel and stain, causing
> damage to antique books.
> I was told a more professional approach is to use an acid free paper
> attached with wheat paste:
> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Tia Blassingame <archeditor@...>
>> Sent: Feb 1, 2010 11:14 AM
>> To: PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com
>> Subject: [PPLetterpress] ISO archival labels w/adhesive backing
>> I am looking for archival labels with adhesive backing that are suitable
> letterpress. They will go in antique books. The minimum dimensions are 4" x
> but a large sheet to cut down is preferred.
>> Does anyone know what, if any, manufacturer makes this/what company sells
>> Any leads are greatly appreciated!
>> Tia Blassingame, LEED GA
>> Primrose Press
>> environmentally-friendly letterpress stationeryprimrosepress.etsy.com
> Yahoo! Groups Links
Thank you very much for your suggestions and leads. I really appreciate!
Tia Blassingame, LEED GAPrimrose Pressprimrosepress.etsy.comwww.twitter.com/primrosepress
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