Downloading images

Many entries in the catalogue have a PDF document or JPG image attached
• PDFs - click on the image to open the PDF. You can then right click and save a copy to your PC.
• Images - a low resolution version of the image is visible on the web - you can right click to save this to your PC. To access a high resolution image, click the Download image button:



What happens next depends on whether you are a Friend of the archive.


Non-Friends

For users who are not Friends the download image button will take you to a page which looks like this:



This will take you to the shop:



When you have completed your purchase, you will be given a receipt. Click the link 'Download the digital object' to open the image.



The high resolution image will open in a new tab. You then need to right click and save it to your PC.


Friends

If you are a Friend and have logged in on our main site the download image button will take you to a page which looks like this:



This will open the high resolution image in a new tab. You then need to right click and save it to your PC.



You may download five high resolution images in every 30 day period. Once you have used up this allowance, the download image button will take you to a page which looks like this:



If you wish to access the high resolution image before the next 30 day period begins, you will have to purchase it. As you are a Friend you will be given a 10% discount as with other items in the shop.

Free access

The high-resolution versions of the images may also be viewed free of charge in our reading room.

Please be aware:

• The size of the high-resolution image will vary. Usually it will be significantly larger than the version which can be viewed on the catalogue, but occasionally this will not be so.
• In a small number of cases we are unable to sell high-resolution copies of an image for copyright reasons.
• Items in the catalogue are made available for download for research and private study only. Please see the terms and conditions for more information. If you wish to use images in a publication or for commercial purposes, please contact us.