Ok, here it is, the "Motherlode" of medium format Kodak Technical Pan film if you are a Hasselblad V- series shooter, all one batch, same emulsion number and same expiration date of 03/1999 in perfect condition.
There are 19 full unopened rolls and 1 tested roll that I pulled a 2 foot snip off of to check the quality. I tested that roll right after purchase some three years ago and it came out perfect, no speed loss. I have had these rolls stored in a dedicated film freezer at -20F, always, they went back in there after I took the photos for the ad today. These rolls are best used in the Hasselblad 70mm bulk film back pictured which is in good condition and works fine. I had planned to use 5 foot (220) sections and load them into the spare spools of which there are 6 of for ease of use in both negative development and dr5 reversal, so those are a good option for rationing it in smaller amounts. One of the issues of using this size of film is the overall lack of 70mm tanks on the market. So included in the set is a Nikor 70mm developing tank and reel that is in perfect condition and works very well for this purpose.
I love using this film, this set represents half of what I own in medium format of it, but I just stocked up on 4x5 sheet film since I am using that format more and more these days so I am selling it to accommodate the need for more room in my freezer and to help offset the high cost of sheet film. If you want to really create a solid body of work using Kodak Technical Pan film that is not just a "Try a few rolls" effort, you owe it to your self to try and obtain absolute consistency. So with the potential of over 1,900 6x6 frames of it, you are simply not going to do any better than this setup. Think about it, this is equal to nearly160 rolls of 120 sized Techpan, all from the same batch, you probably won't see this again, I know I won't. My format addition is your gain