I will be using a permanent label on the backboard of the frame but if the buyer decides to re-frame and to ensure the "information stays with the print" I was thinking to also use a copy of the same label on the mounted image inside the frame. I am mounting and 'closing' the mount with a plain piece of the mount material (same size as the mount) double sided taped to the rear of the mount ~ the mount material itself is of course ph neutral & acid free but two questions arise
(a) I cannot find any ph neutral/acid free double sided tape and yes I am using such proper spec'ed tape to T hinge the prints to the mount and of course the double sided tape will be close to the edges of the mount i.e. as far away from the print as I can get it so does using "normal" double sided tape matter or likely have an impact?
(b) The labels I refer to are Avery style ones I will be printing via my mono laser printer so I surmise they use a modern acrylic adhesive but the size of the label will mean that it is placed, so speak, over the print area of the mount backing (I hope that makes sense?). Therefore as per the question about doube sided tape what is the likelihood of the adhesive bleeding through the mount material and affecting the print???
TIA for any insight & 'what do you do' in regard to labelling