[Alt-photo] Poitevin 1855

Christina Z. Anderson christinazanderson at gmail.com
Fri Sep 23 16:41:41 UTC 2016


Alberto, isn't the full patent in the footnote of my book?? When I get home I can screen shot the page for you out of my gum printing book but don't you have it? Pouncy's process in there too.

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> On Sep 23, 2016, at 10:57 AM, Alberto Novo via Alt-photo-process-list <alt-photo-process-list at lists.altphotolist.org> wrote:
> 
> 
>> Alberto,
>> 
>> Unfortunately I omitted the citation somehow. I just remember finding it 
>> on-line in an old book of patents, so with a deep search, you could 
>> probably find that information.
>> 
>> Peter
> 
> Thank you, Peter.
> Now comes the fun:
> Searching for a short phrase I've found the citation in ... "Gum Printing: a step-by step...", that is, the very recent book of Christina Z. Anderson, partially digitized by Google. There are two citations, the first to Towler 275-76 (that is: The Silver Sunbeam, 1864, which I have easily found with Internet Archive, and the second to Nadeau 2,7-9.
> The text of Towler refers to the Traité de l'Impression Photographique by Poitevin himself, but I already know that book and there is no detailed transcription of his patent.
> Hence, the full transcription has to be in Nadeau's book, which I haven't nor I am able to retrieve from Internet.
> From the Italian interbibliotecary system I am able to locate:
> Gum dichromate and other direct carbon processes, 1999, and
> Modern carbon printing: a practical guide, 1999
> 
> Anyone may suggest which is the right book, or simply may give me the full citation?
> 
> Alberto
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