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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sherman View Post
    # 4 pencil
    Neither Office Depot nor Staples has any pencils other than #2s. Where are you getting #4s?

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    Where are you getting #4s?
    Art supply stores should have the whole range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3 View Post
    Neither Office Depot nor Staples has any pencils other than #2s. Where are you getting #4s?
    Stationary or Art store should have a nice selection. Best thing about the # 4's, the graphite is so hard it never wears out. I just ligthly sand the tip and almost never have to actually resharpen the pencil.
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    right side just under the window
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    I double mat most of my photos. I sign the work on the mat nearest the glass on the lower right with the title to the lower left and the copy number (edition #) closer to my signature. I also use the same information and location below the image of the board on which the photo is mounted (t-hinged). All the mat boards are t-hinged and I use an H pencil to sign everything. I find that softer pencils will smear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sherman View Post
    Stationary or Art store should have a nice selection. Best thing about the # 4's, the graphite is so hard it never wears out. I just ligthly sand the tip and almost never have to actually resharpen the pencil.
    Thanks. I'll try Pearl.

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    When writing a date on the window matt, do you write neg exposure date or print development date?

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    Thankyou to all that have replied. The hard lead pencil sounds like a good idea, less chance of smearing.

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