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Posts Tagged ‘memorabilia’

Memorabilia Collection Care 5 important tips

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

By Katherine Golovinova

sports-memorabilia

People collect memorabilia to treasure memories. Sports fans and movie lovers alike treasure such acquisitions and strive to keep the items in pristine condition. No one in their right mind would want to spend thousands of dollars on a ‘Honus Wagner’ baseball card and then let it decay due to lack of care and attention. This is where preservation, conservation, and restoration of memorabilia come in. First, let’s take a look at what each of these terms mean then I’ll give you some great tips to take care of your stuff.

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Collectibles and Heirlooms May Be Treasured But Are They Worth Protecting?

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

An Heirloom’s Value?

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A Major Imminent Earthquake in California Is Predicted To Happen In The Next Two Weeks!

Friday, March 18th, 2011

Earthquakes also mean fires

Earthquakes also mean fires

Neil Cavuto thinks that an expert can predict an earthquake, for the first time, and in the article link at the end of this article, he lays out the reasons.

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Water damage – mold – historic preservation – murals – artwork

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

I was asked to consult on a renovation project of a historical building. The reason I was brought in was because there were difficult problems with murals. While this may seem not so relative to your situation… read on.

First of all, here’s what happened (that could happen to your home or office): The roof leaked and water infiltrated into the structure, into the walls. The roof leak wasn’t dealt with quick enough or completely enough cause someone was trying to save money and not be inconvenienced.

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