[pure-silver] Re: Portriga

Hello,

    There is no replacement for the old Portriga. I mean the one
manufactured by Agfa. I still have some boxes of it on freezer but it is th=
e
last manufactured Portriga in the late 80's in India I bekieve and it was
not exactly the same than the old one.
   The closest could be the Bergger VARIABLE CB Style (Cream Base).

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> De=A0: Eric Maquiling <emaquiling@xxxxxxxxx>
> R=E9pondre =E0=A0: pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date=A0: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 07:05:38 -0800
> =C0=A0: pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Objet=A0: [pure-silver] Re: Portriga
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> On 03/30 07:10, jeffrey wrote:
>> Back in college, the two papers I used for serious printing were Agfa
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>> Could someone recommend the closest modern equivalent to Portriga?
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> Funny, I asked the same question on Apug last month.  I think I remember
> answers like Kentmere and Berger.
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> I'm going to order some Kentmere.  Looks like B&H sells them now.
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> I just moved and straigtened out some prints that are matted and frame.  =
The
> prints were mostly Portriga and I looked at the back and there's that nic=
e
> "Agfa" written on the back of it in that nice typeface.  I haven't used A=
gfa
> in
> a looong time but they say they don't have the Agfa logo in the back anym=
ore.
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> That was some really nice paper wasn't it :(
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> Eric
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