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Re: Re : bergger azo paper
Guilleminot Citrate paper was a printing-out paper almost something like the POP from Albumen Works.
>Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 09:57:47 +0100
>De: "roger.kockaerts" <email@example.com>
>Sujet: Re : bergger azo paper
>The brand name you are looking for was "Guilleminot papier citrate C 135"
>the 135 stood for its weight which was 135g (I still have a few sheets
>left). Monsieur Guy Gérard proposes to use the original Guilleminot formula
>to commercialize his contact type paper.
>May I announce our new exhibit at Atelier pH7, which shows the gum prints of
>the belgian photographer (and alt list member) Eddy Willems (résumé and
>examples on our homepage).
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>Avenue de la Jonction 55
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>>De : Jukka Korhonen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>À : email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
>>Objet : Re: bergger azo paper
>>Date : Ven 10 mars 2000 7:26
>> From: "Carl Weese" <email@example.com>
>>> Also, last I heard, Bergger's proposed new paper was *not* a clone of
>>> Azo (after all that would get them in trouble with Kodak) but rather a
>>> substitute for a discontinued European contact-speed paper -- who's name
>>> I'm afraid I don't remember. It was a paper much loved by the splendid
>>> photographer Josef Sudek.
>> "Neobrom" maybe ?