Monthly Archives: June 2013

Yes, we frame diplomas

A few weeks back, a friend of mine came into town and wanted to hook up for dinner. After spending over 20 years framing historical documents and rare art, he wondered why I opened my market to framing diplomas. Not an unusual question, but certainly one I needed to answer. After all, my friend was Read the full article…

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Framed set of Genuine Paper Money from the Original Thirteen Colonies

Museum Framing has just acquired 2 complete sets of Colonial Currency used by our Founding Fathers during the era of the American Revolution. In the days leading up to and through the American Revolution, each of the Colonies printed their own currency. The British Parliament passed Currency acts, which regulated the paper money supply in Read the full article…

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Why it is important to know your framer

Framing is one of those things that you don’t know how good the job is until much later. With restaurants, you pretty much know the quality after the first bite. Even car repair shops, one can detect the quality of work done on a car. But framing! This is another matter. Unless you are working Read the full article…

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