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Large Format Fragile Document Scanning is Valuable to All

Oct 30th 2017 | Posted By: Webmaster

Chances are you have at least one large format, somewhat fragile document in your possession. It could be that famous poster or sign that you purchased or acquired in the past. It could be some antique newspapers or periodicals. The large format, fragile document could be of historical value such as a map, set of blueprints or legal document. In fact, archivists often have entire collections of such items, and in all instances, large format fragile document scanning is a fantastic solution to handling them.

No matter the value of a larger and fragile document (whether monetary, historical or sentimental), handling it can lead to its destruction. Folding and unfolding the items, rolling them and keeping them in less than ideal conditions, or simply archiving them without climate controls can lead to losses. The option to use large format fragile document scanning is to eliminating...


Reasons to Consider Legacy Documents Scanning Service

Oct 26th 2017 | Posted By: Webmaster

Investing in archival boxes and envelopes has long been the best way to preserve legacy documents. Historians, archivists and genealogists alike have all come to recognize the tremendous value of archival quality materials, and yet they are not always a guarantee that an item survives the passing of time. From humidity and acidity to unseen insects or mold, a legacy document can perish even as it rests in an archive. This is why legacy documents scanning service is such a valuable option.

To clarify, legacy documents are often one of kind items that are associated with a specific organization or family. For example, in the middle Ages, account books of an estate or property provide amazing insight into everyday life and times. Yet, the same applies to that old ration book or journal belonging to one of your ancestors. Both sets of documents are vulnerable to the passage of time, though, and you can ensure you always have access to their information through legacy...

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