Just got home from a local auction in which the auctioneer was cleaning out an estate. The Ives triple decker is pretty much what people call a "barn find". I will post pictures later. But first, about 15% of the clock paper is gone, with portions of it lifted from the backboard. I assume hide glue was originally used to paste the clock paper to the backboard. Is that true? And what do people nowadays do to refix the loose ends? My intention is to brush a thin layer of hide glue and weight the paper down. I write "thin" because I don't want the glue to soak through the paper. Any suggestions?