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Exhibit Display #2, Cleveland

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3 thoughts on “Exhibit Display #2, Cleveland

  1. Yeah, that pretty much answers it 🙂 Thanks1


    Posted by Van Nightingale | April 10, 2019, 12:29 pm
  2. Hi Van, if I understand your question correctly… normally I have a sheet with, say, 36 different cards on it. I might print ten copies of that sheet and then we process them. Selling just a handful of each copy each year means that I’ll have inventory on that card for a couple years or so. When time permits we’ll go back and print again. By the way, this giclee printing is the way to go. Not only can we print very few sheets at a time to stagger inventory but the colors in the background will always be sharp. If you print regular litho you can’t easily or accurately correct for color variations.


    Posted by Charles | April 9, 2019, 9:34 pm
  3. Wow! The next time one of my eBay winnings arrives by mail, I’ll have a little more respect for the card inside after now knowing all it went through before landing in my hot little hands.

    One question: the exhibit text seems to imply that multiple copies of a card are made at once, which would seem to be the most effective approach. But a lot of cards will have different backgrounds for the same main artwork, Are most cards done one at a time, or are you more likely to make a batch at once and then file away the extra pages for later individual production?


    Posted by Van Nightingale | April 9, 2019, 12:10 pm

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