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  1. #11

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    Use Pigma Graphic pens. They come in a wide variety of thickness and colors. They are a standard archival pigment ink pen that photographers use to sign prints. They can take a longer time to dry than Sharpies and you should test one out first to make sure it will stay dry. I've had good luck with them as long as I allow for extra drying time.

    -Tim

  2. #12

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    Paint marker?
    I have a print signed with Metallic sharpie that's still fresh, after 25 years

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