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    Direct positive is expensive though... a large sheet of lithfilm, and a contact from the resulting positive would be the way i'd do it. Cheapest is to contact emulsion to emulsion on regular paper.

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    Here's my attempt at printing a lantern slide on direct positive paper.

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum37/1...head-hurt.html

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    I prefer the double-negative technique. Just by coincidence, I stumbled upon my old copy of Kodak's
    Copying and Duplicating book, about mid-80's vintage. There is a wealth of information in there, even
    though some of the specialized films are no longer specifically available. You might hunt for a copy
    of this publication in some used bookdealer search engine. But not much has changed per technique
    since the 1920's. Helps to have a decent contact printing frame.

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