Of the airline posters I received this one was in the worst condition. The thin paper it was printed on combined with poor storage caused a great deal of damage along the edges of the poster. Like the others this poster was dry cleaned and tape was removed prior to humidification. Temporary repairs were applied to areas of great weakness along the edges for added support during humidification and lining. Once the preparation work was completed the poster was lined with Japanese paper and paste. Areas of loss were then filled with repair paper. On completion the poster was more stable and able to lay flat.