A list of frames with sizes in cm:

1 315 x 541
2 325 x 490
3 330 x 482
4 330 x 482
5 335 x 420
6 343 x 417
7 350 x 496
8 350 x 566
9 351 x 600
10 351 x 600
11 355 x 538
12 355 x 538
13 361 x 555
14 361 x 555
15 362 x 445
16 367 x 567
17 367 x 567
18 378 x 545
19 378 x 545
20 390 x 515
21 390 x 515
22 393 x 565
23 408 x 496
24 408 x 496
2 410 x 696
26 415 x 491
27 418 x 459
28 420 x 865
29 422 x 525
30 426 x 510
31 428 x 538
32 430 x 533
33 430 x 615
34 430 x 615
35 435 x 615
36 440 x 575
37 442 x 750
38 450 x 575
39 450 x 540
40 465 x 590
41 487 x 720
42 512 x 620
43 512 x 620
44 525 x 680
45 525 x 680
46 528 x 603
47 540 x 670
48 540 x 626
49 585 x 800
50 587 x 908
51 590 x 913
52 670 x 920
53 670 x 900

CHARLES DAGGETT'S TOP TEN TIPS ON GETTING YOUR ARTWORK CLEANED UP

  1. "If you want to have something restored, shop around and get quotes"
  2. "Ask to look at work that has been done by the restorer"
  3. "Always go on recommendations"
  4. "Mutually decide how far they want to go with the work"
  5. "Make your judgement carefully"
  6. "A notorious problem with picture restoration is that it can take longer than you think"
  7. "Set a price before you begin and write it down"
  8. "The next couple of years will be a good time to buy antiques"
  9. "Nearly anything can be restored"
  10. "A picture will always look better if it's presented in a frame contemporaneous with the date of the picture"