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LAMINATION

What is Lamination?

Lamination is very similar to Encapsulation where you take a sleeve to seal your poster into it, EXCEPT the whole poster is sealed with a heat press.

It makes the poster look great BUT even though manufactures say it can be reversed, quite often it destroys the poster if it ever has to be taken out.

Normally any experienced collector won't touch a laminated poster unless it's all they can get.

We strongly suggest AGAINST lamination.

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PROS -make the poster look good. Can be handled without doing damage to the poster.

CONS -damages the posters value. Most collectors won't touch a laminated movie poster.

TIP: DON'T DO IT


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