We have an exhibit on the 100th anniversary of Government Documents opening in October. Gov Docs may not seem like a sensational topic, but we have a great collection of posters from World War I to put on display. And while the images and design are amazing, the posters were not printed on the best paper and have suffered over the years.
The poster on the right has some big pieces missing or detached, while the poster on the left has tears and plenty of masking tape residue on the back. Right now, I'm thinking that the one on the left will turn out better, but it is nice to have two.