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    I know people to whom he owes big money. In 2006 he simply dropped off the face of the earth, and that's not easy in this day and age.
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    Have some tape or rubber bands on hand when you unload it. The sealing strips aren't gummed.

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    If it has DULL black paper, it is likly Shanghai GP3. I recall some of the stuff I bought at that time has SPMC or something simalar as VERY TINY edge print.
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    cmacd123: I've used both Lucky and Shanghai in the past, so I know the dull black paper you speak of. I'll likely use one of these for my next B&W 120 roll. When I open it and ultimately process it, I'll post any observations here.
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    I just opened one of the J&C Photo rolls. The paper is rough and black, and sealed with masking tape instead of a gummed seal. It must indeed be Shanghai GP3.
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