Preserving Copies of Genii

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Postby Guest » 10/12/01 10:35 AM

I want to keep my Genii Magazines in something that will keep them in excellent condition for years to come. Does anyone have a suggestion on how best to preserve a magazine that will surely be a collector's item down the road?
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Postby Guest » 10/12/01 11:42 AM

See post "Housing back issues of Genii" dated 8/24 in the "General" section.

PS: I have emailed Wert publishing as suggested there but I have not yet heard back.
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Postby Guest » 10/12/01 11:44 AM

PS: I just looked and the post isn't there but you can find it under "Search" of General section and with key word "Wert"
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 10/12/01 08:31 PM

Regarding the preservation of old issues of Genii (or any magazine, for that matter), the best bet is to have them bound into hardcover volumes. That way they won't continue to deteriorate (chipping of edges, etc.). It's not as expensive as you would think.
If you are NOT going to bind your issues, then keep them upright on shelves, tightly together, in a cool dry room. You don't want mildew to start growing.
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