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I might suggest you contact Avery with the same question. If that proves fruitless, the pencil solution offers two advantages: 1) it's cheap 2) it allows freedom to 'customize' what you put on the print. A possible third would emerge if you have the ability to write well (and legibly) and have an attractive signature. Failing that, as an alternative, you might contact a rare book dealer or paper conservator and ask about archival labels that can be used as you want. One supplier of all sorts of materials used in archival storage is University Products; their online shop is at http://www.archivalsuppliers.com/shop/. Once there, click on 'Labels' in the sidebar to get to a listing of all types of labels. You should ask them about your particular application before ordering, though. *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 8/2/2001 at 5:42 PM Jim Warthman wrote: >Hello! >I'm making photographic prints with an Epson 1270, OEM inks, and Epson >PGPP, >Archival Matte, Heavyweight Matte, etc. > >I'm interested in labeling these prints with contact information and a >copyright notice. I don't wish to add this to the image itself because I >don't want to detract from the appearance of the photograph. > >I'm considering adding an adhesive label (e.g. Avery 8660) to the back of >the prints. > >My question is, what will this do to the print over time? Is the glue >likely >to "come through", or otherwise harm the print? > >How have others solved this? (I suppose I could resort to an old-fashioned >pencil if need be... ;-) > >Thanks in advance! > >-- Jim > > >- >Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate >subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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