1828-29, Eugene Delacroix, watercolour, pen and iron gall ink, and graphite on ivory laid paper
Softground etching, aquatint, and drypoint on laid paper
; 5.62" x 5.68".
"I laid paper
towels over it as I felt terrible but they just left it, wheeling patients around it!" Mrs Senior, who lives in Kirkburton, said she waited for six hours before being told to take Matilda to Calderdale Royal Hospital's children's unit.
Printed in black outline by the use of a hand-engraved copper plate on hand laid paper
, the map is embellished with contemporary hand colouring.
The paper is generally thick, heavy, laid paper
until 1839 with clear, vertical chain lines and frequently watermarks.
If a beautifully-textured antique laid paper
label is required for a precious vintage, self-adhesive label technology can provide it--even in very short print runs.
1500; black ink, touches of brown ink, and a variety of washes on discolored ivory laid paper
; 8.27 x 5.71 inches.
Still bound in its sailcloth covering, the journal, written in a bold, florid hand, relates in a chatty and informative prose on 80 sides of folded laid paper
, how Griffiths boarded the 1,351-ton Indian Empire and was billeted in a small house on deck, a little forward of amidships ...
His printing innovations included blacker and quicker drying ink, woven instead of laid paper
and flatter, sturdier printing beds
The media is wet laid paper
, produced from microglass fibers; it is waterproof and heat-resistant to 1000[degrees]F.
Because the watermarks (and chainlines in laid paper
) are a thinness in the paper, the visible light will pass through them.