Strip signed on both sides

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Strip signed on both sides

Post by pramsay13 » Tue 24 Mar, 2015 10:40 pm

We had a long debate about how best to frame this. It was signed by same person front and back, front had a badge with the actual game date etc. on it, back had his name and number so customer wanted to be able to see both, but didn't necessarily want to pay for a fancy frame that was well finished on both sides.
We agreed the front was the main side and it would be framed that way, but I cut a hole in the mountboard and backing to allow him to lift it off the wall and see the signature on the back.
There is perspex over the hole to keep it clean.
It's not particularly well finished at the back, but customer is happy.
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Re: Strip signed on both sides

Post by Framie » Wed 25 Mar, 2015 4:44 pm

Why you giving away all my secrets :giggle: :giggle: :giggle:
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