- Because of the added costs both to store the original high-resolution images and for the extra data traffic, each user is limited to downloading 5 images in a 24 hour period. You also must be registered with a verified user id. We are considering adding some sort of very inexpensive annual subscription option to allow a user more downloads.
- These images vary from 500kb to almost 50mb so some might take a few seconds or longer to load depending on your internet connection. You can then download the images to your device, or print the page which has reference information above the image.
- The level of detail in the original image is similar to what you would normally see when you zoom all the way in on the screen. The main reasons for downloading is if you want to save the image on your computer, or use it in a printed publication. If you simply want an copy of the record to save on your computer, we suggest instead of downloading the full image to a file you either do a screen capture or print the webpage to a PDF. Downloading by screen capture has always been an option. Just hide the toolbar, go to full page, adjust the image to the size you want, and use the capture process for your device (for example, Alt+Print Screen on Windows). You can then paste the image into Word or some other type of document. To print to a PDF, simply click the Print with Reference button and select PDF as the printer. Exceptions would be for very small text that would be hard to read except in the high resolution file.
- All patent book pages and land grant loose document images that are currently available on the website can be downloaded. The following original images have not yet been uploaded and some require some additional processing first: Land Grant Entry Books, Granville Grant Deeds, and Granville Grant Loose Documents.