Why do we digitally restore and reprint vintage books?
Plain and simple - if we don't, who will? A digitally restored book should have the appearance that it would have had if it never needed mending. It should have as much of the original material as is possible to use and still maintain the usability of the book. All new work should be in keeping with the style and the time in which the book was produced.
Our conservators maintain the integrity of the book while making it usable in the present and preserving the contest for posterity. Digital methods have made the art of book restoration a much simpler task, allowing restoration artists to work on a digital image instead of the original photograph, slide or negative. Our books have been restored to an excellent state without altering the original concept. Old books can be revived by "cleaning up" mildew, water stains, spots, and tears.
Our printing method uses state of the art technology and the internet provides 24/7 world wide access to find these fine old books.