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    Re-printing an old and damaged T-Shirt

    Hello,
    We have had several customers come to us asking whether we can reprint a damaged old T-Shirt of theirs. One the images I'm assuming are not In the public domain so I was wondering what the legality would be in printing it as a restoration piece perhaps?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    I suspect you may be able to claim restoration if you're repairing the original item itself, however if it's re-creating/replicating the original design on a new t-shirt, I would expect (if it includes copyrighted design/logo etc) this may fall under counterfeiting.

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