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The paper copy seems to be hiding at present. I will try to rescan and resubmit for help when found. Thank you.

Hmmmm. I shall look and see what I can find. I know it was a reproduction from the original and that I had a paper copy of the reproduction. I shall get back with you and try to scan what I have at a higher resolution. Thank you for the opportunity to try again.


How do you do this so quickly? I have Photoshop, but I guess I need training, as I can't do anything as good as this and it takes me hours!

Our weather should be about 75 today. Colder inside the house than out. I need to pry myself away from this now and go prune the roses!

Thanks so much for your help.


Free Photo Restoration & Date Old Photographs / Can this copy of original be improved?
« on: Thursday 07 January 10 18:10 GMT (UK)  »
This is a photo from about 1915 taken in Canada after my grandparents immigrated from England. My grandmother is on the left, her sister on the right. It's a copy of the original and I just wondered if anything could be done to improve the quality? Thank you,


This photo of my great aunt was likely taken in the early 1890's as she was born November 1887 in Leeds. It needs restoration due to the crease, but also due to the image surface deteriorating. Can someone help with this, as it's an adorable photo and the detail has been lost. I'm trying this again, as I must have screwed up the last posting. Sorry if I end up with two of these.


Free Photo Restoration & Date Old Photographs / Restoration & Dating to help identify
« on: Thursday 07 January 10 17:46 GMT (UK)  »
The attached photo of a young girl taken in Leeds is one of several unidentified photos from my grandparents documents and papers. I thought if someone could date it, it would help me identify who it might be. I've just found this site and the work you all do is remarkable. I hope I can take advantage of your talents for other photos I thought were hopeless.

Thank you,
Louise in California

Northumberland / Re: Glassmakers - Fairbairn - Earsdon
« on: Wednesday 24 June 09 06:39 BST (UK)  »
 Hardyman's work is now housed at the Broadfield House Glass Museum, Compton Drive, Kingswinford, West Midlands DY6 9NS.  Enquiries must be made to Roger Dodsworth, the keeper of Glass & Fine Art at the museum.

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