Collodion-Chloride Paper

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Date initiated July 2016
Contributors Luisa Casella, Stephanie Watkins

Collodion-Chloride Paper[edit | edit source]

Historical Facts[edit | edit source]

Introduced by Gaudin in 1861; (according to Osterman), 1884 Liesegang introduced a ready-made paper, under the commercial name "Aristotype" Historic use period begins "in 1880 when clay coated paper stock was adopted for photography" (Osterman, 2007)

Identification Characteristics[edit | edit source]

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Commonly lightweight rag paper.

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