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[BKARTS] Eaton Papers

I visited the Eaton Paper Museum some years ago and it was a most beautiful place. 
Anyway, they have a paper in current production:  Eaton Parchment Paper.

Made with 30% PCF, Acid Free / Lignin Free and Elemental Chlorine Free. PCF = post consumer fibers.


It is supposed to be almost similar to onion skin. They may be willing to send you a small sample (few pages).

If you are near a University with a printing department, chances are they used a mimeograph machine a while ago. They may still have a leftover supply of onion skin paper because they used to print course notes on it using a mimeograph.  It does not hurt to ask, as often they will share their stash for a low fee. Good luck.



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