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Collodion negatives for gum

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  • Subject: Collodion negatives for gum
  • From: Robert <rc3@flash.net>
  • Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2007 23:13:48 -0700
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Has anyone on the list made gum prints using Collodion negatives? Where any
of the early gum printers using Collodion negatives? Seems like that they
would be a good combination. Before I spend time with experimenting with it
I would like experiences or history.

Best Regards,
Robert Cockrell