There’s been a bit of a fuss lately about the time ink takes to dry on goatskin parchment; hence the alleged delay to the Queen’s Speech. But, did you know that goatskin parchment is neither skin nor made of goats? And it isn’t even parchment. In the archive world we use goatskin parchment, which is actually acid-free paper, for wrapping and protecting centuries old documents. … Continue reading It’s a bit furry!