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Old 11-02-2007, 12:54 AM   #4
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So is that your impression, that the papyrus is not just a good medium but excellent for hand printed documents (considering better grades)??
Not being a printer I wouldn't know. There is one feature of using papyrus that is interesting. It has quite a hard, almost glossy, surface, but when using a water based ink or paint the "glue" on the surface of the papyrus softens and I suspect "combines" with the water/pigment.

   
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