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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick A View Post
    Um... exactly how many countries make up the European Union(E.U.) these days?
    Today there are 27 countries in the European Union. Of these 27 , 17 are members of the Eurozone ( countries who have the Euro as oficial currency ). I enclose a link to the oficial EU website where I think you can find all the facts that you want in any ( almost ! ) language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by railwayman3 View Post
    Thinking only of the EU members which, to my knowledge, have photo material factories, there would seem to be just the UK, France, Italy, and Germany.

    (Which doesn't really help, as it would seem to only exclude Efke as being the makers of Promaster....Croatia not being set to join the EU until around 2013.)
    There is also FOMA in the Czech Republic. Also until a few years ago there was Forte in Hungary. Hopefully some of their products ( Forte Polywarmtone ) may be resurected through ADOX in Germany.

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    I think this is the paper that you're thinking of: http://www.ultrafineonline.com/newulvcelvac.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim appleyard View Post
    I think this is the paper that you're thinking of: http://www.ultrafineonline.com/newulvcelvac.html
    Do you know who makes this?
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Do you know who makes this?
    hey patrick

    why don't you call ultrafine / photo warehouse up ..
    they have a 1800#, are apug advertisers and will
    probably be happy to tell you about the papers they sell

    they also have film, cameras, darkroom supplies &C for sale ...

    great folks !

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    I did give them a call and they said that their paper does not have a backprint....
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    I purchased a box of 100 sheets of 5x7" for $19.99 by Promaster. I'm also here in MA and bought it from Hunt's. It doesn't say where it's made on the box. I also tried to find out On the back side of the paper it does say "B&W Paper" I'm new to the darkroom, so I really can't say how good it is, but I do like it so far. I read online that a teacher said he uses it in a B&W class he teaches.

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