Our state-of-the-art scanners and computer technologies ensure that the digital image captured is of the highest quality, while our powerful printers produce exemplary prints in a range of sizes.
We provide our digitisation services to many industries, from libraries and universities looking to create digital versions of books to museums seeking to safeguard historical documents.
We can even take damaged books and scan covers and pages which are then printed and bound to create a new book that has the creases, lines and discolouring of the original.
Last a lifetime
This means libraries and museums can ensure their shelves are stocked with books that maintain their historic character but are essentially new and can be read and re-read for many years to come.
We also work with individuals, scanning family photos, photo slides, documents and letters to create digital versions that can be safely stored or printed and bound for posterity.
years experience & 1872 established
Thank you for restoring our family copy of Fox’s Journal. You have made it again a beautiful object in its own right. Every one who has seen it is delighted with it.
Craftsmanship is everything.
Surprise Surprise Love Letter Binding
Surprise Surprise Love Letter Binding Digitised original ‘love Letters’ World War Veteren 3 We had the opportunity to work with TV show Surprise Surprise, hosted by Holly Willoughby. It was certainly a Surprise Surprise for one war veteran when he …
Westfield Memorial Village Digitisation Services
Binding (Preserving) – War Memorial Village Minutes De-bind, Restore pages, Digital Preservation inc PDF / OCR and re-bind original content into fine Leather-bound Volumes including marbeled endpapers 3 The archive at the Westfield War Memorial Vi …
The Limehouse Golem Film Props
We had the opportunity to work on a few book props for the film The Limehouse Golem. The film follows Bill Nighy’s character John Kildare as he investigates a serial killer who has left notes about the murders inside a Book of ‘Collected Essays by Thomas De Quincey’.
While scanning cultural and heritage documents held by libraries, museums and even cemeteries makes up most orders, we have scanned everything from wallpaper to maps and newspapers.
Digitisation is becoming increasingly important as organisations and individuals look to protect valuable documents and images and ensure they are kept safe for future generations.
Here Spink & Thackray, we are proud to be able to support this with our digitisation services and have been privileged to work with some incredible clients and people over the years.