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Re: Can you identify this item?



The chrome plates were often separate so that the wet prints
could be squeezed
onto the surface.
I have several of these units for sale.
Art
-----Original Message-----
From: Don Drake <ddrake@DREAMINGMIND.COM>
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
<BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Date: Monday, March 20, 2000 6:09 AM
Subject: Re: Can you identify this item?


>It sounds a little like a print dryer. This would have a
chrome surface and
>canvas covers that would pull over to hold the prints in
place while they
>dried.
>
>Maybe not though.
>
>Don Drake
>Dreaming Mind
>
>www.dreamingmind.com
>ddrake@dreamingmind.com
>(510) 727-9131
>
>----------
>>From: John Tewell <JTewell@AOL.COM>
>>I bought some old binding equipment a few months ago.
Among the items is an=20
>>unusual thing. It looks like is sets on a table. It is
about 2' high and 2'=20
>>long and about 3 inches thick. I guess you could say it
has the general shap=
>>e=20
>
>
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