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How can I get a copy of an item held at the National Library?

You can order copies of material online through our Copies Direct service. All copying is subject to copyright and preservation requirements. Photocopies or photographic images may be ordered. Information on cost, delivery times and methods can be found on the Copies Direct website.

For those who can visit the Library self-service photocopying can be done in black and white or colour in A4 and A3 size. Scanner enabled machines are available. Micoform reader/printer machines are also available. All copying must observe the Copyright Act 1968.

For more information see Copyright in Library items

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Last update: 2012-05-30 11:54
Author: General Reference Enquiry