Archive Price List
|Size||Silver B&W, unmounted||Silver B&W, mounted||Sepia-toned, unmounted||Sepia-toned, mounted|
|8 × 10"||$25||$32||$32||$40|
|11 × 14"||$35||$42||$42||$50|
|16 × 20"||$48||$60||$60||$75|
|20 × 24"||$64||$76||$76||$90|
|24 × 36"||$90||$105||$105||$135|
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Larger prints up to 48 × 96" are available by quote. Discounts are available for volume orders. Matting and framing are available at very reasonable prices.
Digital restoration: $40 per hour plus print and scanning charges. Minimum ½ hour.
See us for museum-quality copying or scanning of your own photos. Please note: Glass negatives need to be scanned; therefore, the following charges apply.
- Scanning to disc: $20 (includes CD cost and handling charge)
- Scanning to print: $15 plus print cost (see print cost charges, includes handling charge)
- Rush surcharge: 100% of print and permission fee cost (subject to availability).
- Videotaping, filming, photographing of pre-made display, a fee of $5 plus taxes per image will be charged. For any commercial use, an additional $20 plus taxes will apply.
Please note: In some cases, the Okanagan Archive Trust Society and OldPhotos.ca own the physical print only and may not own copyright or other intellectual property rights to the materials in its collection. Any possible copyright infringement is your responsibility. The permission fees are charged for non-exclusive, one-time use of public domain and copyrighted material.
- $20 plus taxes for each separate use of each print. E.g., if you want to use one print in a video and on cable TV, you must pay $40 plus taxes.
- Commercial items: There is a separate permission fee schedule for use of images on t-shirts, postcards, for-resale cards, or other commercial items for resale.
Local media and non-profit organisations are exempt from commercial fee
- Local print media includes any newspaper published within the Okanagan valley.
- Magazines are not considered local print media.
- Local broadcast media includes only those broadcasting within the Okanagan valley.
- A non-profit organisation must be a registered non-profit organisation under the BC Society Act or as a charitable organisation under the Income Tax Act