Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: Dampening and drying paper
- OK, Harold
After that tease about Napoleon, now you must tell _how_those invitations
were printed...Surely there could be nothing worse than that he had it done
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From: Harold Kyle <harold@...>
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 08:37:36 -0400
Subject: Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: Dampening and drying paper
On 4/18/02 5:36 PM, "Charles Jones" <cjones@...> wrote:
> It is an Italian paper now owned by Fabriano. Magnani also has a beautiful
> Biblios book paper.
The state-owned Fabriano sold off Magnani to a group of private investors in
the last year or two. Magnani also makes sheets of handmade papers.
Brides and grooms like Pescia, I've found. Sometimes I fuel the fire by
mentioning Napolean Bonaparte printed his wedding announcements on Magnani
paper. Of course I don't mention _how_ they were printed.
I've don't see Biblios in my swatches. Could you be refering to the Biblio
made by Hahnemulhle?
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>I've don't see Biblios in my swatches. Could you be refering to the BiblioNo, it is fairly new and carried by Savoir-Faire. It has less texture and
>made by Hahnemulhle?
is a fairer color (less orangy) than Hahnemulhle's. It is more like Arches
Charles D. Jones
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