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Re: claycoat paper



(Because fools rush in where angels fear to tread......):
 We found that in the
days of lifting color pictures from magazines onto clear  stickey sided shelf
 paper,(have I lost you yet?)  the mags that used clay coated paper gave
the best transfers.  The French mag Realities was one, for instance.  I
have been told  that fewer and fewer mags use clay coated now.  But it is a
bit of information that could prove useful should you be able to contact a
publisher for their source of paper.

(The clear shelf paper, such as Contact, was then used to make overhead
transparencies. These were used when you worked in a school district that
had no budget for the "real" OHs.)

Lilias


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