Inventory - Preservation

Inventory and preservation are very important stages in the work of the Museum in order to affirm the legal status of object,  manage data system, as well as preserve artifacts in a best way for long term use.


In 2010-2011, Museum of Culture and History collaborated with the Museum of Ho Chi Minh City to inventory, setting profiles for the collection of artifacts by process  ‘Statute of inventory artifacts in museum’ of the Ministry of Culture and Information, now, called Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (decision No. 70/2006/QĐ-BVHTT on 15th September 2006 by the Minister of  Ministry of Culture and Information). At the present, the Museum has inventoried and numbered register 4,410 objects, make 136 science profile with 4,383 inventory votes (up to 9,099 if include all material enter votes);  8,366 photos, 2,840 drawings, 4 object registers. Artifact profiles are stored in printed writings (inventory votes), in the files, and entered into the software program ‘objects managing’ to manage on computers (software is designed by the Department of Cultural Heritage and used consistently in many museums in the country).

About the preservation, initially, the artifact collections have been classified and arranged to preserve by material: stone, ceramics, wood, fabric, paper, metals, etc…The Museum also regularly check and handle termites, mold, etc., which harmful to artifacts, especially artifacts made from organic material. The mummy in the galleries are maintained periodcally by formol 4 times per year by experts in the Department of Anatomy, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Ho Chi Minh City. The sanitation for the galleries, maintenance rooms are also held regularly (twice per month). 

Some equipment serves to preserve,record artifacts profiles have also been buying and putting into use as drying cabinets, storage cabinets, dehumidifiers, electronic balances, …
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