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Long-term storage of framed photographs
"Advice pls. I have ended up with all the old giant family framed pics Mom had. I must shove them in my attic. The heat and possible moisture - not to mention the critters we pretend are never there - will not be kind, I know. But, no one wants them. I can't trash them. Is there anything I can wrap them or store them in that MIGHT be better than nothing?"
Re: Long-term storage of framed photographs
Probably best to remove the photographs from the frame and store the frame seperately if needed.
I think it would be preferable to store individual prints within an archival paper folder and the folders within an archival box such as Solander
Acid free paper and boxes
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