Date completed : 30 August 2020 Duration : 3 Months
Penny Jenkins

Originally the engraved prints were bound in a book, with a paper guard that from experience is firmly adhered to the print at the time of publishing and does not come off the verso. 

Prints usually have  been on flat framed display for decades, with guards intact on verso.
General treatments requires washing out time staining, removal from backings, removal of tapes, reduction of foxing marks and careful skilled pressing to revive plate-marks, allowing for sewing guard on verso. 

David Loggan architectural prints. 17th & 18th engravings on fine printing papers, with historical wear and tear.
David Loggan architectural prints. 17th & 18th engravings on fine printing papers, with historical wear and tear.
David Loggan architectural prints. 17th & 18th engravings on fine printing papers, with historical wear and tear.
David Loggan architectural prints. 17th & 18th engravings on fine printing papers, with historical wear and tear.

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