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In <URL:news:lokaal.epson> on Tue 29 Jun, Jon Cone wrote: > Ernst wrote > > manufactured by > > Hahnemhle > BINGO! And now the 285 gsm Lysonic; Moulin du Gu BFK Rives 270 gsm made by Arches = Arjo Wiggins. Not so sure about this one as the wire marks are covered too much by the coating. Slightly more pressed too. If I'm wrong the next candidate is a specially made museum carton (passepartout) by Hahnemhle again. The 310 gsm Lysonic is the most difficult; too many candidates. Could be one of the Hahnemhle rag papers for stoneprinting or the Dutch Velouwe paper made by Schut and distributed by Modo Van Gelder, Zerkall or an Arches Velin. No wire marks either but the texture is more pronounced in one direction. Could be the mark of the long sieve but that is strange given the weight of the paper. The grain on top shows that it is pressed as well. All the Lysonic papers are whiter than the originals. Due to the coating and not by extra whiteners I hope. Ernst -- Ernst Dinkla Serigrafie,Zeefdruk The point will never be metric -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.