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    No rush. I thank you for your time.
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    Found two more boxes... will sort through those tomorrow.

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    Is this what you are looking for?
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 8X10-a.JPG   8x10-b.JPG   8X10hldr.JPG   8x10plate.JPG  

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose LS Gil View Post
    Is this what you are looking for?
    Not sure. Will that fit in a standard 8x10 camera back? By looking at the photos it appears that is a single sided holder that is loaded from the back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose LS Gil View Post
    Is this what you are looking for?
    That's a fascinating contraption. How thick is it? Do the stacking format frames come out? If so, what a clever idea. I have a holder with that one-sided design, but just for 8x10. There's a black metal spring that pushes the plate for tight, flat contact, like in yours, but I don't think it would work with the smaller formats. Very curious.

    Has there ever been a thread comparing all the different designs of plate holders?

    vintagepics: You might try Large Format Photography Forum if you don't have any luck buying a holder or two here.
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    If something like that fits a standard 8x10 film back, then that is what im looking for. I am using it for my calotype photography. I use the glass plates to help keep my paper nice and flat for exposure. Im actually shooting through the plate. I was looking for 8x10. I didn't know holders such as that came in variable sizes. Something like that would be even better.
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    Sorted through my last two boxes of holders and I'm sorry... no luck here. I found eight glass plate holders but they'e not 8x10. They're not full plate either but something in between.

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    Thats OK. I thank you very much for all your time.
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    Re: WTB 8x10 glass dry plate holder.

    i have couple of those holders and they should fit 8x10 no prob....contact me....

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