Framing with UV Glass or UV Acrylic Help

probablyjarrett

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Recently acquired a production made "poster" and it's a weird size. Wanna get it framed but def wanna protect it from further discoloration. Can anyone recommend a website or shop that's not crazy expensive that does UV plastic or glass?
 

probablyjarrett

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jchristman

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Not a great pic, but all the posters shown here are in their frames. I always get the metal frames (I think these are all Neilson 117 profile) with UV-filtering acrylic.
 

commodorekorns

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Here’s an example with and without flash of UV Non-Glare acrylic. Non glare is excellent in person. You can see the flash origin in the 2nd pic but it does not create a glare on the picture.
Also great instructions come with frame and very easy to install artwork.
 

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