One suggestion about making a reproduction or copy.Reproduction is always my suggestion. There are some real benefits.
1) Can set the white point to make the newspaper look "fresh" off the press
2) Easy to remove creases and stains.
3) Easy to reformat columns
4) Easy to make the black print, really black
5) Much easier to mount the reproduction
The best selling feature is the reproduction is rate at 75+ year life. The newspaper will last about a month.
Being newsprint, it probably THOUGHT this WAS archival treatment....in no way archivally framed. Corrugated cardboard backing, mounted with tissue to a black papermat acidic...
Yes, it would. But since it is just a copy, it's no problem. Also, an additional copy or two could be made as future replacements or for other uses - customer should appreciate that. Meanwhile, the original can be kept safe in an archival storage container, where its deterioration would be minimized.Larry, if you print it on newsprint paper, wouldn't it be subject to the same degradation issues as the original?