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    ....or maybe mine is older stock? I'll have to ask next time I'm in the store. Hmmmmmm...I wonder if this is important enough to have to make a run to the darkroom supply house? For the good of the community of course
    [COLOR=Blue][FONT=Georgia]Jim Anderson[/FONT][/COLOR]

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    Just saw on the sponsors forum JandC has it covered. Shoot don't need to go to the store.
    [COLOR=Blue][FONT=Georgia]Jim Anderson[/FONT][/COLOR]

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    Same box for the whole World

    Simon : ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited

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    So my box is now 'ordered', and enroute to my local shop. I should have it in my hands by Friday.

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    Does anybody know where to get the postcard paper in New York area? I checked B&H today, they claim that ilford doesn't make them anymore!

    Is it the same paper as the 10X15cm "RC portfolio" paper?

    Thanks,

    Alex

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    Time for an ignorant question ...... what is the difference between the Ilford Postacrd paper and their regular RC paper? I have a bunch of 5x7 and would just as soon cut that down given the price difference (-:

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    Yes, the paper is Portfolio RC paper cut to 10x15cm and printed on the reverse.

    No reason why you should not use normal RC. Use Portfolio weight by preference as it is thicker, but the normal stuff seems to survive the post OK.

    Cheers, Bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Fisher
    Time for an ignorant question ...... what is the difference between the Ilford Postacrd paper and their regular RC paper? I have a bunch of 5x7 and would just as soon cut that down given the price difference (-:
    I have the same problem, so I'm still using up my stock of normal RC paper for the postcard round. I put a large lable on the back to stiffen it; this also allows my to type details as noone would ever by able to read my handwriting.
    Regards Dave.

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    I did get my box on Tuesday. Its pretty nice stuff . Hopefully you all should be getting my post cards sometime mid-next week (I sent them out yesterday)

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    Here in Germany Brenner Fotoversand has it in stock, I just got my first box (100 sheets for EUR 29).

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