Re: Stonehenge Black
I think the 'problems' Gordon may be alluding to may tie back to Jeremy's
original post and mention of the "future is up in the air" with respect to
Rising Stonehenge. This is true. As has been reported widely the Rising
mill that made this paper has been closed. The rights to the paper, or
probably more accurately the name of the paper were sold, but it's anybody's
guess if the paper will continue to be the same as it has been. So, if you
rely on this paper in any color it's a good time to place an order while
stocks still remain.
From: Jeremy Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Stonehenge Black
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2007 12:13:45 -0500
Gord, I'm just checking to see if anyone has tried printing on the black
stonehenge before I place an order for 10-15 sheets. I'm thinking I
shouldn't have any problems, though, as people have used white/natural
stonehenge for printing w/ gum before, but wanted to check.
On 9/25/07, Gordon J. Holtslander <email@example.com> wrote:
> On September 24, 2007 3:42:08 pm Jeremy Moore wrote:
> > I am looking for an archival black paper to print gum bichromate on
> > was wondering if anyone has had experience with Stonehenge Black. I
> > that Stonehenge is currently up in the air regarding the future, but
> > Smith has enough for the current project I'm working on and at
> > ( http://www.danielsmith.com/products~cat~450~sku~215+360+001.asp), it
> > much cheaper than Arches Hot Press at $3.69 (
> > http://www.danielsmith.com/products~sku~285+540+008.asp).
> I use a lot of Stonehenge -but know nothing about potential problems -
> tell us more?
> Gordon J. Holtslander Dept. of Biology
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