Great and easy to understand.
This book is written by Don Williams, the senior conservator of the Smithsonian Institution -- and therefore an authority on the best way to preserve stuff.
A great reference for sure, and tells you where to buy the speciality items needed to properly store and care for your"stuff".
Wow! Don't know how to store your marionette? What about that macaroni sculpture Junior made in the 3rd grade? This book tells you. It is really inclusive. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Braden
Excellent advice for serious collectors & sentimentalists told by an expert with a sense of humor in easy to read format. The primary author is a sr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by tck
I received this book in great condition and sooner than I expected. It has great information in it on how to preserve family information and heirlooms. Very satisfied.Published 3 months ago by Eve AB
This book is used by many local museum and I find it interesting. I'm using it for my museum on how to save collections.Published 3 months ago by Steven Espenschied
Virtually all materials that make up artifacts and collectables are covered. Copious categories for essentially everything are covered--from baseball trading cards, Edison’s wax... Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Cavanaugh
I love the wide range of topics covered, as well as the easy-to-understand guidelines and explanations. Read morePublished 4 months ago by FRitchie
This is an invaluable reference book co-written by a Senior Conservator at the Smithsonian Don Wiliams and journalist Louisa Jaggar. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. Silverstone
This book is well-organized and provides lists to help you prepare to care for whatever things you'd like to take proper care of. Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. Magrum