Hello, It's often stated that a kallitype toned in platinum looks identical to a platinum print, being virtually indistinguishable from one. This sounds intriguing and makes me want to take a closer look at the kallitype process, but it also raises a couple of questions: 1. Does this apply to other types of colloidal silver images, like salt prints or vandykes? I think the toner should work the same in all cases, shouldn't it? Colloidal silver is colloidal silver, no matter how it was obtained, isn't it? Will a vandyke print toned in platinum look like a platinum print? 2. What exactly does it mean to "look like a platinum print"? I've seen reproductions of platinum prints in many colors, ranging from orange-brown to dark brown, to neutral black, to blue black. What's the native color of a platinum print? In fact, is there such a thing as a native color of a platinum print? What color should a kallitype be in order to "look like a platinum print"? Thank you.