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1 Charles-Moïse Briquet, 'De la valeur des filigranes de papier comme moyen de watermarks in pdf, something that save complicated manœuvres over. A century has passed since the death of Charles-Moïse Briquet, and even more since the publication in of his great work, Les filigranes. Dictionnaire historique Note that it is also available as a downloadable pdf. The other text to read. businesses to industry giants throughout the world.. les filigranes pdf 39 figures dans le texte et 16 fac-similés de filigranes by Briquet, Charles-Moïse.

I was unable to get to an area for posting the question as my email is not directly linked to my computer.

The button on the website does not provide an actual email name in order to copy and paste into my email. Currently the paper was discolored in areas in contact with the silver photographic print and I am trying to understand why this particular paper is so susceptible to discoloration.

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Also, any sources about Van Gelder Zonen would be appreciated. Currently there is only one book that seems to address, in depth, Van Gelder Zonen and it is written in Dutch.

Unfortunately, I don't read Dutch. The two watermarks embedded in the paper are attached, taken in transmitted light. The design matches the following three specimens: 1.

Although Briquet shows that this type of image —43 comes from Basel, he identifies as being used in Utrecht , though a very similar watermark comes again from Basel. He had a habit of importing paper uncommon in England. British Library, MS Royal 18 B i was written in the spring of on paper acquired in Cracow in , whereas the Cambridge manuscript, written over a nineteen-year period between and , was written throughout on paper Peyton brought back from Basel in The binding shows considerable deterioration: parts of the spine are chipped and the wooden boards are visible at the top and bottom edges.

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The front endpapers show a watermark with an oval border surrounding a lion and capped by a crown. This is common Dutch paper produced in the second half of the eighteenth century.

The flyleaves also contain a countermark, depicting a crown with two rows of initials below: GR and WB. The next identified owner was Richard Heber.

Peyton juniorem militem, postea locum tenentem Insulae de Jersey. In one vol. Thomae Phillipps, Bart. Middle Hill: for the author, —[71].

The item is prefaced by its Heber number, The paper has begun to discolor in interesting ways and I am trying to find out more information about the maker and also about the processes in making the paper. I have attached to this email 2 watermarks on the paper.

I was unable to get to an area for posting the question as my email is not directly linked to my computer. The button on the website does not provide an actual email name in order to copy and paste into my email. Currently the paper was discolored in areas in contact with the silver photographic print and I am trying to understand why this particular paper is so susceptible to discoloration.

Also, any sources about Van Gelder Zonen would be appreciated. Currently there is only one book that seems to address, in depth, Van Gelder Zonen and it is written in Dutch.Instead, it is likely that he continued to revise his verse during the last years of his life.

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It is a IV, , pp. The terminus a quo of is further confirmed by the watermark.

A comparison of the hands confirms that Cod. Tabarrini, Firenze, Barbera, The binding shows considerable deterioration: parts of the spine are chipped and the wooden boards are visible at the top and bottom edges.