He did not offer an opinion about this.

However, if we work on a replacement figure of 80% of the silver, that leaves 80% palladium and 20% silver. Even if the fading of the silver is 50%, highly unlikely if the print is processes correct, that still leaves an image with 90% of its original Dmax.

If the replacement figure was 90%, that would leave an image made up of 90% palladium and 10% silver. If the fading of the silver is 50%, that leaves 95% of Dmax.


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Do you recall if the Conservator said what these different percentages meant in regards to archival nature of the prints?

Do you tone for 15 to 20 minutes for your kallitypes? Yikes!