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Re: Bone folders



I believe it comes from either the Polyethylene of Polypropylene both are
natives of Tibet.

Larry Miller
larrym@mail.talon.net <mailto:larrym@mail.talon.net>
1612 N 15th Street
Reading, PA 19604


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Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2001 4:52 PM
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
Subject: Bone folders


Hello,

This might sound like a stupid question (and it probably is..) but
does anyone know from which animal and from which part of the
animal (bone) a regular, let say 6 inch long, is made ??

Also any references about the process of preparing the bone would
be very welcome...

Thanks again,


Cor Knops.

ps. In response to my earlier question about the preparation of rice-
starch: it works perfect now ! Thanks to all that responded !!


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