Where should I get my book conserved or restored?

I have a book which is important to me; who should I have repair it?

The Library of Congress doesn't recommend individual conservators. Instead, we suggest that you use the American Institute of Conservation's Find-A-Conservator tool to find someone in your area and with the expertise that you need.


Last Updated: Jan 05, 2021
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