Re: Gum & the commercial ?
Thanks Sandy, when you mention the names I recognise the "trend".
And it answers some underlying, harder to formulate, thoughts I had too :-)
On 10/29/06 4:33 AM, "Sandy King" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Yes, in the first couple of decades of the 19th
> century there were many commercial gum and direct
> carbon papers, including Hochheimer, Papier Noir
> Gomme, Charbon Velours, Fresson, etc. The exact
> ingredients of these papers is not know but it is
> though that most contained gum along with another
> colloid, probably gelatin.
> Sandy King
> At 4:05 AM +0900 10/29/06, Halvor Bjørngård wrote:
>> Has gum printing ever been commercial ?
>> (carbon, pt/pd & others was at some or several points part of the commercial
>> market, but don't think I have seen any references like that for gum .. Yes
>> I know, commercial can be interpreted a couple of ways, but..)
>> Feels like a pretty significant question 3:50 in the morning :-)