I had recently posted several images in the gallery of prints that were made from my own experimentation with homemade dry-plates. Nothing special though, and they were removed shortly thereafter. The dry-plate negatives were used in direct contact with the photographic paper to create the prints which were then scanned. So, in those instances the print size was restricted to the size of the plate used. But yes, the plates can also be used in a regular enlarging apparatus to produce enlarged prints. I guess an important question for momus would be . . . What is the negative size to be considered here? and Could you direct us to an image that has the qualities desired?