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Re: [BKARTS] Matching old paper

No, it's not. That issue can be obtained either via inter-library loan or
from the Institute of Paper Conservation which publishes the "Paper

Their URL is <http://ipc.org.uk/>


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The article is well worth reading, and it is a technique we use here
regularly with great success.


At 07:01 AM 4/14/2004 -0700, you wrote:
Is the Paper Conservator available on-line? I haven't been able to find
it if it is and would appreciate any directions to locating it.

Frank Lehmann
Lehmann Bindery

On Wed, 14 Apr 2004 04:29:22 -0700, Donia Conn wrote:
> If Mr. Conroy had been up on his conservation
> literature, he would have know that an article on
> using paper extract for the toning of materials in
> conservation was presented at a conference in London
> in 2000 and was published in the Paper Conservator
> Vol. 26, 2002, pages 21-26.  It is well worth the read
> in light of rather vehement reactions.


Peter D. Verheyen
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