Quote Originally Posted by Lachlan Young
You might find some of the stuff at SILVERPRINT interesting as they have been playing around with some Gevaluxe paper - reportedly the most expensive paper of its day!

Hope this helps,

Lachlan
Wow that is a fascinating and inspiring article. Some of the characteristics of the paper sound like the Dasonville paper.

Could one expect to be able to make emulsions and printing papers such as those?

Would it be possible to make a paper with a long scale such as grade 2 Azo or a genuine grade 4 with repeatable results?