Quote Originally Posted by Keith Tapscott. View Post
Unfortunately, the ART CLASSIC and KENTONA papers had poor keeping properties. They were excellent when fresh.
The papers you have bought are likely to have poor contrast even if you add more carbonate and benzotriazole to your developer.

I agree with eddie that Ilford Multigrade ART 300 would be your best option or one of the Foma Chamois surface papers.
I don' tknow about the keeping qualities beeing bad... I have some papers still - and they work fine. The FINEST paper I have ever tried!

No modern paper recemble it - the old Foma Chamois came closer than others, but that's gone too....

Once in a while I see that paper on the bay, and IF I can afford it, I buy it!

Have fun with it!

(BTW My girlfriend tells me it is brilliant for lith printing too!!)