The 4T might be the way for you to go, then.
Have you noticed the difference in the paper that photos are printed out onto in the modern world?
I have some from about 40+ years ago that have almost a diamond patterned mat finish. They look great, you could do almost anything to them, including get them damp, and they are okay.
These days, 1/2 of the printing companies give you ones that would smear when dampened :-( and all are high gloss that does not look like old time high gloss. It doesn't look very good.
If you ever find a company which prints photos to last, and look good, please let me know. I've about given up on finding anyone like that.
Btw, that's close to what it cost my sister and I to get what we did of my parents' photos/movies. I didn't have a say in it, but am glad to have them.
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