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Re: 15th century manuscripts

Jim Downey is certainly right about the excellence of 15th century paper,
but perhaps Dr. Roberts should also be concerned about user damage. That
is, what about worm holes, creasing, mold, waterstaining, tears, general
dirt, and the like? Dorothy's suggestion of getting some Gutenberg paper is
a good one. Then the "antiquing" process can begin!


Steven D. Hales
Assistant Professor                      email: hales@xxxxxxxxxx
Department of Philosophy                 phone: (717) 389-4229
Bloomsburg University                    fax: (717) 389-2094
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 17815

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