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    thanks Shesh,

    For what i am using this gold for i can't use the bleaching technique.

    I don't think i was a clear as i should have been when i started this question. There are two liquid gold toners available in my area Berg and Fotospeed. I was not aware of the Tetenal version, so i was trying to come up with a similar formula that could be mixed in advanced and used on the run as one can with those specific toners. Quick easy and a one stop shopping adventure.

    The other major gold toners we have on hand but result in something quite different than what i need for this particular application.

    I did check in the Morgan and Morgan Guide, but no Dupont formula., but i did find the Ilford ones and might give them a try.

    thanks to all.

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    Gold Toner

    Tim Rudman has an excellent formula in his Toning Book

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    and Barbados

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    thanks, but am aware of this book as my students use it as a basic guide line.

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    Ann, I just looked at the fotospeed toner tips page and their discription of au20 gold toner produces the same effect as the formulary 231gold toner i.e. blue toneswhen used alone and red tones when used after sepia toning. I have also used the tetenal gold toner and it (if my memory serves me right) produced the same results. hope this is of some help.
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    thanks Andy, i will revisit their spec sheet as i obviously missed that point ; which could have saved everyone

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    now i remember why i passed up the 231, it is not stable after mixing the working solution. However, i may mix up a batch and give it a try.

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    Ann, good question,
    Shesh, thanks for a first class reply.
    'Determine on some course more than a wild exposure to each chance' The Bard.

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