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Care and conservation of manuscripts 7

proceedings of the seventh international seminar held at the Royal Library, Copenhagen 18th-19th April 2002

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. [141]-153) and index.

        StatementMuseum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen
        PublishersMuseum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen
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        LC Classifications2003
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        Paginationxvi, 110 p. :
        Number of Pages79
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        ISBN 108763502577
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— Christina Henningsen, the Academy of Fine Arts' School of Conservation, Copenhagen: An investigation of the use of laser in paper-conservation. Cunha, George Martin; Cunha, Dorothy Grant 1983. Generally, conservation techniques aim to mend and stabilize the item so it can be stored and used long-term. Removing a sliver of paint for analysis by a mass spectrometer may reveal information about trade routes, but it also damages the book. Even paper like newspapers and letters may be significant historical records or family mementos.

They usually contain both painted illustrations, embellished text, and illumination with gold and other precious metals.

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"Distinguishing Between the Good and Bad Repair of Books". A trained conservator can observe past treatments done on the book or document, but good documentation specifies the exact techniques and materials used. Over time, they became the standard form of written information. Risk assessments should be made to determine the potential impact of preservation work on the manuscript, and weigh that against the potential benefits of the restoration work itself.

In 1968, the organized an international seminar on the subject of conservation of library materials in Rome. Conservation often accompanies preservation strategies such as proper storage and display, environmental monitoring, handling training, reformatting and security. They were normally kept together by rings passed through holes in their sides Anderson 17.

This collection of articles discusses how to preserve and conserve old manuscripts for the future and will be of particular interest to research librarians. It is even possible to analyze a pigment beneath a glaze or other treatment.

Care and conservation of manuscripts

It is also worth noting that while the paints were a finishing measure for the book the painter did not actually do any designing.

This variation in adhesives mean that if any work needs to be done by a conservator, several tests must be undergone to ensure that no modern consolidation or adhesive will react with, damage, or loosen the old glue. High heat and low relative humidity can cause paper to become brittle and leather bindings to crack. is considered the father of modern book conservation. Methods of repair [ ] Consolidation [ ] Consolidation is a process that can either strengthen the bond between pigment and parchment or add protection to pigments and other finishes from treatments.

Until the late-nineteenth century, the preferred practice was to restore objects to newer or better condition with little regard to original style or composition. National Postal Museum, "Inherent Vice," Smithsonian, Accessed on 13 April 2014. However, it was far less common for books and papers to be embellished with precious metals, and this aspect of illuminated manuscripts adds another facet of difficulty for conservators that is not found elsewhere.

However, the most common were either for teaching purposes or as shows of wealth.