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So do these papers sell cheaper under one brand than another? Is there one outlet that is cheaper across the board? Where to buy, where to buy? Todd > German Etching is Royal Plush/Lysonic Fine Art/Orwell/Vienna. > Apparently the surface of William Turner 190 has been updated to try and > help the flaking situation, and the new surface is smoother, that's the > rumor. Perhaps your sample is the new surface. > Wells River was in fact William Turner 190, previous samples were > identical, and John Cone confirmed it. How soon the old surface sells > through and the purported new surface takes it's place is hard to say. > It's also sold by Media Street as Royal Jazz, and by various outlets as > Luminos Woven Fiber. > Hahnemuhle is the company the makes these papers, all other versions are > rebranded, however Lyson claims their has a unique coating. > Wells River / William Turner is a great paper for the 3000, it's thin > enough to go through without skewing (for me anyway) but displays the > gamut and density of the thicker Hahnemuhle papers. Great for pigment quads. > Tyler >> >> Hi Tyler, >> >> Bernd just sent me a few samples of the Hahnemuhle line of papers. One in >> particular >> looks really nice, the German Etching paper. Have you tried this yet? Know >> where it >> can be purchased? Any other name you know of it being sold under? He also >> sent a thin >> and a thick william turner. They are identical papers, except for the >> thickness. This >> is NOT wells river. God only knows what that was. >> >> Jerry - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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