When we create faithful reproductions – facsimiles of historical documents and graphics, we use the technology of controlled printing on archive papers with high colour-fastness and fidelity of the reproduction compared to the original. The archive papers we use have a three-layer surface treatment, are made of bleached chemical pulp and do not contain wood. The papers are 100% acid-free, have a high pH value (from 7.5 to 9.5) and are highly aging-resistant. In terms of quality, these papers fully comply with DIN 6738, ISO 9706, ANSI Z 39.48-1992. The papers offer the highest archival class, with a lifespan of up to one hundred years.
High-quality digital data is an important prerequisite for facsimile processing and archive reproduction. We obtain the data from photo banks of relevant institutions or we take the pictures with our own resources. When being presented at exhibitions, our facsimiles and artistic reproductions do not need an air-conditioned environment and are resistant to many adverse conditions.
The original of a facsimile we created for the Napajedla Museum. The original document from 1603 is stored in the State District Archive in Zlín.
For the Museum of Romany Culture, we created a series of dispatch notes for the Memorial to the Holocaust of the Roma in Hodonín u Kunštátu.
The original is stored in the Land Archive in Opava.
Facsimile of the document dated 17 September 1307, the original is stored in the Land Archive in Opava.
Facsimile of lithography made by Hans Kaliwoda in the 19th century which we created for the Regional Museum in Olomouc.
The original is stored in the Moravian Land Archive in Brno.
In this document we can find the oldest mention of the Bouzov Castle. The original is stored in the Austrian State Archives in Vienna.
The original is stored in the Regional Museum in Olomouc.
We created the facsimile for an exhibition of the Museum of Modern Art in Olomouc called Olomouc Synagogue (1897 - 1939).
“Emperor Leopold grants Vilém Václav of Lilgeanu the status of a free lord and improves his emblem.”
After its restoration, the back of Claudian’s map was pasted with canvas that’s why the facsimile of the map is pasted with canvas too.