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I have a wall display of my autographs, but I'm thinking of doing something different, so I want to see all the creative stuff you guys have come up with.

What's your favourite way to organise them?

 

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I put my favourite 8x10s on my wall, and then have space for around 10 of my signed posters (& I swap them for other posters I have signed, that are currently in tubes, every year or so)  

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I keep the original photos in a wallet. I scan copies for my mobile and FB.

 

I had posters signed for the first time this year. They're still in tubes just now, but I think I'll mount them in UV protected frames. Anyone know a good site for these?

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I keep my autographs and photos from the events in a folder(s) to keep them special forever. photos i take myself with my camera i upload onto my computer and some onto the internet.

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mine are all around the house, have a stargate wall,star trek wall,almighty johnsons wall and another for the big names like stan lee and sigourney, others are on the display unit in the lounge

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I have a wall display of my autographs, but I'm thinking of doing something different, so I want to see all the creative stuff you guys have come up with.

What's your favourite way to organise them?

 

 

With a wall display, this is fine as long as it is of museum grade quality for protection - nothing else will suffice since the sun will eventually fade the ink. With 8x10's, I use polyester pockets and archival storage boxes and keep them in a dark place. Best for long term preservation.

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Scan them in so I can upload some and the folder will appear on my screensaver (which is set to show My Pictures). I then archive them in acid-free pockets; the photos go in albums and the autos in boxes of the type that allow you to suspend them so they don't get squashed. I get my storage materials from Arrowfile.

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I have the whole of my hall covered in the originals which I hang and frame immediately. I have a scanned copy that I put on FB and then I do a year book of all my adventures each year and they are added to the things I do each month of the year, like a photo diary. They are great to look back on and I make sure every good photo I take is included each month. Then when I am older and lose my mind I will be able to see what I have done in my life!

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I put mine in a plastic folder although I always tend to display two at a time in my study in frames. Currently have Ariana Richards and Liz White on display :)

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