Re: Re: argyrotype paper

From: [email protected]
Date: 07/21/05-03:26:36 PM Z
Message-id: <2932145.1121981196442.JavaMail.root@vms063.mailsrvcs.net>

You can order Crane paper from Kelly Paper and Paper Plus. Go to Crane.com and find the bulk seller information. I believe Kelly Paper is nation wide.

George

>From: nwlorax <nwlorax@comcast.net>
>Date: Thu Jul 21 15:24:34 CDT 2005
>To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
>Subject: Re: argyrotype paper

>
>On Jul 20, 2005, at 7:44 PM, Don Bryant wrote:
>
>> Joe,
>>
>> Nope no watermark! It is a pretty good bargain. The only downside
>> for me is
>> that larger sheets tend to rip easily once wet so be fore warned.
>>
>> I wish Cranes would sell their other papers like that, instead they
>> refer
>> you to their Cranes stores. Unfortunately the people that work
>> there, are
>> only used to selling stationary not parent sized sheets. I was
>> interested in
>> purchasing parent sized sheets of the 64lb Kid finish. The only way
>> to order
>> the KF in 32lb or heavier is to order a large amount (500 sheet
>> min.) from a
>> commercial paper supplier. I couldn't even get a sample of the 64lb
>> for
>> testing.
>>
>> Don Bryant
>
>The Crane store in Downtown Seattle insisted they couldn't order
>anything that they didn't already carry. If Crane did any sort of
>marketing, they could become the #1 platinum and Van Dyke paper
>supplier in the States.
>
>Gordon Cooper
Received on Thu Jul 21 15:26:48 2005

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