Charges for Copies of Documents

  • Copies of documents held in the Archive Centre are provided at the discretion of the Archivist and are subject to UK Copyright law.
  • In some cases, documents bound into volumes and other fragile or oversize items may not be copied for preservation reasons.
  • We are also unable to copy unpublished material written by T.S. Eliot unless you obtain permission from Faber and Faber, or to provide copies of photocopies held in the Archive Centre as part of an archive collection (e.g. some items within the Charleston and E.M. Forster papers).

Fee for digital copies


Each image/page copied

Each image/page copied - high resolution £3.60
Handling fee – charged per file/volume £18.00


  • Digital orders up to 1.9GB (gigabytes) are sent with no further charge. A £12 fee is incurred for each additional 1.9GB (or part thereof) sent.

Fee for hardcopy printouts


  • The above digital copies fees are charged in addition to the following:

Each image/page printed (A4 or smaller) £1.20
Each image/page printed (up to A3 size) £2.40




Postage for orders up to £15, within the UK £6.00
Postage for orders up to £15, outside the UK £12.00
Postage for orders £15.01-£35, within the UK £9.00
Postage for orders £15.01-£35, outside the UK £18.00


  • For larger orders an increased fee with be charged. Please get in touch for a quote.

How to order copies

To order copies of documents held in the Archive Centre, please contact the Archivist with the full reference numbers of the items you require, your country of residence, and email address.

We will then send you a reproduction order form and a quote for the total amount payable.  

Payment must be made in pounds Sterling by UK or international bank cheque, UK electronic transfer, international money order, or credit card (only available for orders over £10). International bank transfers are charged an additional £6.50 administrative fee, ex-VAT.

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The Archive Centre is open by appointment from Monday to Thursday for most of the year - find out more about making a visit.
We are open by appointment four days a week most of the year - please contact us by email or phone to book your visit.
The majority of our holdings are still in copyright under British copyright law.
Photographs are allowed only when they are in compliance with UK copyright legislation.