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Re: [BKARTS] blue paper



Small correction- the second paper I described has two tones OF blue,
not two tones ON blue.  -Don't wanna make it any more confusing...

-Doug

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Douglas Sanders
> Sent: Monday, April 28, 2003 3:26 PM
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> Subject: blue paper
> 
> Can anyone provide a reference for the following?  I'm looking for a
> maker/supplier of blue paper similar to the sorts I'm finding on 19th
> century ledgers, and pamphlet covers.  There are two kinds, generally-
> one has blue smalt pigments to give it color, the other has blue
fibers
> (sometimes two tones on blue) making up the paper- this is what I'd
> prefer.
> 
> In my swatch books from various mills (Twinrocker, Fabriano, Canson,
> etc.) I'm coming across stuff that is visually 'flat' and loaded with
> modern pigments and dyes and lacks the subtlety of the older original.
> It needs to be relatively lightweight- 80 or 115 grams.  Griffen Mill
> does a fairly good job, but still not quite right.
> 
> =20
> 
> I seem to remember once coming across a great blue paper by a mill in
> Maine? called Vincenzi or Vincetti?  Does this ring a bell with
anyone?
> 
> =20
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Doug Sanders
> 
> =20
> 
> =20
> 
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