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  • Re: Work in progress...

    I do agree. When cost is considered. Much wiser to wait for better copy. Perfect example is my Seven Brides with the 19 paper stickers, six paper infills and tape stains. I bought for $23-a professional restorer I guess could have spent 2-3-4 hours at 55-75/hr + linenbacking costs...

    A very good example is $125? + $120 at most for simple backing. I'm no math expert but can figure that one. 

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