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July 12, 2010

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Robert Himes

Rosemary Fallon: Very interested in James Monroe face washing. I have St. Memin copy. Engraving on paper from original copperplate needs attention. Could this be the process for that. Thanks for your thoughts

Rosemary Fallon

Dear Mr. Himes,
It is possible that your St. Memin engraving could benefit from this treatment process however your print would have to be examined by a conservator to make this determination. Each work of art is unique. Each has its own history and story to tell. Treatment decisions are based on the individual artwork after careful examination and testing by a trained conservator.

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