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Memorabilia Framing

Frame Shops in Tyler, TX

Memorabilia Framing Tyler TX 

We frame the things that mat­ter most to you. Maybe you trea­sure an object because it has sen­ti­men­tal val­ue. Or, per­haps look­ing at it makes you feel clos­er to an impor­tant event or some­one you admire. It might be worth large sums to the world or price­less only to you, either way, we pro­vide cus­tom mem­o­ra­bil­ia fram­ing that turns keep­sakes into works of art.

And we don’t just put it in a frame, we pro­tect it for the future. Our Tyler TX mem­o­ra­bil­ia fram­ing ser­vices use acid-free paper and fram­ing mate­ri­als to pro­tect your col­lectibles and mem­o­ra­bil­ia from yel­low­ing, dete­ri­o­ra­tion, and ruin. Years from now it will be as breath­tak­ing as it was when you first took it home, as pris­tine as the mem­o­ry that made it valu­able to you.

You trea­sure your col­lectibles, jer­seys, tex­tiles, posters, film mem­o­ra­bil­ia, and oth­er objects, but time is not kind to paper and cloth. We ensure top qual­i­ty and long-last­ing preser­va­tion by treat­ing them as muse­um pieces. Gold Leaf Gallery uses pre­mi­um qual­i­ty fram­ing mate­ri­als and acid-free ele­ments to safe­guard your item’s col­or, image clar­i­ty, and dura­bil­i­ty over time. When cus­tomers stop by our frame shop with their col­lectibles, they fre­quent­ly ask these ques­tions about mem­o­ra­bil­ia framing.

 
Memorabilia Framing FAQ

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Peo­ple choose mem­o­ra­bil­ia fram­ing because it enhances their enjoy­ment of objects that mat­ter most. When col­lectibles aren’t pro­tect­ed, they either have to be put away where they’re sel­dom seen or even­tu­al­ly there’s a risk of them being dam­aged or stolen.

Fram­ing allows you to put mem­o­ra­bil­ia front and cen­ter to be enjoyed by every­one. You can show your pride and at the same time use it as an ele­ment of your décor. It makes your object look even bet­ter than it did to begin with by show­ing it off to its best advantage.

Plus, mem­o­ra­bil­ia fram­ing pro­tects your item for the future. You don’t have to wor­ry about some­thing hap­pen­ing to it, and its val­ue is pre­served if you decide to even­tu­al­ly sell it or pass it on.

 

The word mem­o­ra­bil­ia could include col­lectibles relat­ed to a per­son, event, prod­uct, or type of enter­tain­ment. That encom­pass­es a huge range of pos­si­bil­i­ties. Mem­o­ra­bil­ia fram­ing is dif­fer­ent for every object because people’s trea­sures come in almost every size and shape. 

We approach every project on a case-by-case basis. Bring us your object and we’ll talk with you about where and how you want to dis­play it. We can give you exam­ples of some of the things we’ve accom­plished in the past and show you the cus­tom fram­ing options we have available. 

We’ll give you a quote and, with your approval, get to work. We han­dle your pre­cious items with great respect and return them to you in cus­tom fram­ing that will stand the test of time.

The best types of mate­ri­als for mem­o­ra­bil­ia fram­ing vary based on what is being framed. We offer acrylic fram­ing for large art­work and pho­tos, wood fram­ing for dis­play­ing every­thing from jer­seys to puz­zles to con­cert posters and cus­tom shad­ow box fram­ing for larg­er memorabilia.

 

What­ev­er your pas­sion, we can cre­ate a frame for your mem­o­ra­bil­ia. Here are just a few exam­ples of the types of items for which we can cre­ate a cus­tom frame:

  • Sports mem­o­ra­bil­ia like base­balls, bats, jer­seys and play­ing cards
  • Orga­ni­za­tion memorabilia
  • Musi­cal instruments
  • Mil­i­tary uniforms
  • Col­lec­tions of spec­i­mens like but­ter­flies, fos­sils or crystals
  • Com­ic books
  • Brand name prod­ucts like Coca-Cola, Harley-David­son, John Deere and Disney
  • Arti­facts
  • Maps
  • For­eign currency
  • Tick­et stubs
  • Child­hood milestones
  • Hand tools
  • Toys, games and dolls
 

Some peo­ple know exact­ly what they want and can describe it in detail, and when they do, we deliv­er. Just as many peo­ple aren’t sure, they just want a good way to dis­play their impor­tant items and pro­tect them over time. Our design­ers excel at work­ing with both groups to cre­ate one-of-a-kind art­work that’s appro­pri­ate for your home or office.

Some peo­ple know exact­ly what they want and can describe it in detail, and when they do, we deliv­er. Just as many peo­ple aren’t sure, they just want a good way to dis­play their impor­tant items and pro­tect them over time. Our design­ers excel at work­ing with both groups to cre­ate one-of-a-kind art­work that’s appro­pri­ate for your home or office.

 
 

If you like it, and you want to be able to look at it often with­out wor­ry­ing it might get dam­aged, it’s worth framing.

Some of the most pleas­ing dis­plays we’ve ever cre­at­ed have been large col­lec­tions. If your items are small, we can group them togeth­er in one cus­tom frame or shad­ow box. If you have mul­ti­ple items, we can work with you to find the best solu­tion for your needs and budget.

 

We aren’t a fac­to­ry, we’re a fam­i­ly-owned, fam­i­ly-oper­at­ed busi­ness. We choose mate­ri­als, care­ful­ly mea­sure, cut, and expert­ly assem­ble each prod­uct one at a time as if it were going on dis­play in our homes. We’ve nev­er mass-pro­duced any­thing, and we nev­er will. 

There are one-size-fits-all solu­tions for many of the types of items peo­ple typ­i­cal­ly col­lect. You can find cas­es for things like jer­seys, pho­tos, and base­ball cards online. We pro­vide mem­o­ra­bil­ia fram­ing for one cus­tomer at a time accord­ing to their spec­i­fi­ca­tions, so we’re not in com­pe­ti­tion with fac­to­ry production.

When you receive your framed mem­o­ra­bil­ia, you’ll see the pride we put into our work, and you’ll feel the val­ue in the high-qual­i­ty mate­ri­als we use. If anoth­er shop offered you a low­er price, it is most like­ly because they spend less on either mate­ri­als or workmanship.

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