Reversibility: Does it Exist?

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W. A. Oddy, Sara Carroll
British Museum, 1999 - Social Science - 180 pages
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Following the 1994 conference Restoration - Is it acceptable? , the 1999 British Museum conference focused on the reversibility of the main processes of conservation: cleaning, stabilising, repair amd restoration. Twenty-seven papers discuss many different aspects of the argument, in both theory and practice, and with regard to different media and object types.

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