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19th Century Fourdrinier
19th Century Fourdrinier
Our Price: $3.95

Bookbinders Workshop 19th Century Wove Paper (approximately 70 gsm)
This fine historically-authentic wove paper is made on a Fourdrinier machine exclusively for Bookbinders Workshop. This lightweight paper is 100% cotton rag, archival, and is 19" x 30" in size, with the grain running the longest dimension. It tints, pares, and photocopies easily. It's a great inexpensive choice for conservation work.
(5 sheet minimum)
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St. Armand Canal Paper - White Cotton Wove 22" x 30"
St. Armand Canal Paper - White Cotton Wove 22" x 30"
Our Price: $4.00

This paper is made at the mill on a Fourdrinier machine. They use fibers left from clothing industry off-cuts, white tee-shirts, blue denim and flax straw from farmers. The sheets are 21½” x 30” (54cm x 76cm) and the direction of the grain is the 30” (76cm) length. They make these papers using the color of the rags. They do not bleach or cook the fibers, but just mix the rags pallets: a good ecological choice. Colors vary from batch to batch. When looking at some of these papers, a depth of color is created by the mixed strands of cotton fiber. more info
St. Armand Canal Paper - Cream Cotton Wove 22" x 30"
St. Armand Canal Paper - Cream Cotton Wove 22" x 30"
Our Price: $4.50

This paper is made at the mill on a Fourdrinier machine. They use fibers left from clothing industry off-cuts, white tee-shirts, blue denim and flax straw from farmers. The sheets are 21½” x 30” (54cm x 76cm) and the direction of the grain is the 30” (76cm) length. They make these papers using the color of the rags. They do not bleach or cook the fibers, but just mix the rags pallets: a good ecological choice. Colors vary from batch to batch. When looking at some of these papers, a depth of color is created by the mixed strands of cotton fiber. more info
St. Armand Canal Paper - Gray Cotton Wove 22" x 30"
St. Armand Canal Paper - Gray Cotton Wove 22" x 30"
Our Price: $4.50

This paper is made at the mill on a Fourdrinier machine. They use fibers left from clothing industry off-cuts, white tee-shirts, blue denim and flax straw from farmers. The sheets are 21½” x 30” (54cm x 76cm) and the direction of the grain is the 30” (76cm) length. They make these papers using the color of the rags. They do not bleach or cook the fibers, but just mix the rags pallets: a good ecological choice. Colors vary from batch to batch. When looking at some of these papers, a depth of color is created by the mixed strands of cotton fiber. more info
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Frobisher (white) Laid  18" x 24" 90gr
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Frobisher (white) Laid 18" x 24" 90gr
Our Price: $8.00

Touching these papers made from linen and cotton rag is just like being back in the 17th century! The laid finish gives them an authentic feel. The linen and cotton rag laid paper is like the drawing papers used in the 17th century.
This paper has been used for end papers and text in book restorations.
18" x 24" (46cm x 60.5cm) 90gr. Other colors and sizes available on special order.
The Saint-Armand handmade papers are made one sheet at a time following traditional methods. The sheets have 4 deckled edges and no grain direction. Bookbinders appreciate their strength. Before making the paper, they prepare the pulp by beating rags. They recycle mostly cotton off-cuts from clothing manufacturers and also linen, flax straw, jute and sisal. The pulping is mechanical. They don't use any chemical or bleaching agents, only water and rags. For example, the white is made from white tee-shirt off-cuts, and the blue from blue denim. The mechanical beating keeps the fibers long and pliable. The papers do not crack when folded and will resist very deep embossing. The pulp is sized with an additive.
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St. Armand Old Master Paper - Rideau (ivory) Laid  18" x 24" 90gr
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Rideau (ivory) Laid 18" x 24" 90gr
Our Price: $8.00

Touching these papers made from linen and cotton rag is just like being back in the 17th century! The laid finish gives them an authentic feel. The linen and cotton rag laid paper is like the drawing papers used in the 17th century.
This paper has been used for end papers and text in book restorations.
18" x 24" (46cm x 60.5cm) 90gr. Other colors and sizes available on special order.
The Saint-Armand handmade papers are made one sheet at a time following traditional methods. The sheets have 4 deckled edges and no grain direction. Bookbinders appreciate their strength. Before making the paper, they prepare the pulp by beating rags. They recycle mostly cotton off-cuts from clothing manufacturers and also linen, flax straw, jute and sisal. The pulping is mechanical. They don't use any chemical or bleaching agents, only water and rags. For example, the white is made from white tee-shirt off-cuts, and the blue from blue denim. The mechanical beating keeps the fibers long and pliable. The papers do not crack when folded and will resist very deep embossing. The pulp is sized with an additive.
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St. Armand Old Master Laid Paper - Light Tan 18" x 24" 90gr
St. Armand Old Master Laid Paper - Light Tan 18" x 24" 90gr
Our Price: $8.00

Touching these papers made from linen and cotton rag is just like being back in the 17th century! The laid finish gives them an authentic feel. The linen and cotton rag laid paper is like the drawing papers used in the 17th century.
This paper has been used for end papers and text in book restorations.
18" x 24" (46cm x 60.5cm) 90gr. Other colors and sizes available on special order.
The Saint-Armand handmade papers are made one sheet at a time following traditional methods. The sheets have 4 deckled edges and no grain direction. Bookbinders appreciate their strength. Before making the paper, they prepare the pulp by beating rags. They recycle mostly cotton off-cuts from clothing manufacturers and also linen, flax straw, jute and sisal. The pulping is mechanical. They don't use any chemical or bleaching agents, only water and rags. For example, the white is made from white tee-shirt off-cuts, and the blue from blue denim. The mechanical beating keeps the fibers long and pliable. The papers do not crack when folded and will resist very deep embossing. The pulp is sized with an additive.
more info
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Palliser (tan)  18" x 24" 90gr
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Palliser (tan) 18" x 24" 90gr
Our Price: $8.00

Touching these papers made from linen and cotton rag is just like being back in the 17th century! The laid finish gives them an authentic feel. The linen and cotton rag laid paper is like the drawing papers used in the 17th century.
This paper has been used for end papers and text in book restorations.
18" x 24" (46cm x 60.5cm) 90gr. Other colors and sizes available on special order.
The Saint-Armand handmade papers are made one sheet at a time following traditional methods. The sheets have 4 deckled edges and no grain direction. Bookbinders appreciate their strength. Before making the paper, they prepare the pulp by beating rags. They recycle mostly cotton off-cuts from clothing manufacturers and also linen, flax straw, jute and sisal. The pulping is mechanical. They don't use any chemical or bleaching agents, only water and rags. For example, the white is made from white tee-shirt off-cuts, and the blue from blue denim. The mechanical beating keeps the fibers long and pliable. The papers do not crack when folded and will resist very deep embossing. The pulp is sized with an additive.
more info
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Ungava (light blue)  18" x 24" 90gr
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Ungava (light blue) 18" x 24" 90gr
Our Price: $8.00

Touching these papers made from linen and cotton rag is just like being back in the 17th century! The laid finish gives them an authentic feel. The linen and cotton rag laid paper is like the drawing papers used in the 17th century.
This paper has been used for end papers and text in book restorations.
18" x 24" (46cm x 60.5cm) 90gr. Other colors and sizes available on special order.
The Saint-Armand handmade papers are made one sheet at a time following traditional methods. The sheets have 4 deckled edges and no grain direction. Bookbinders appreciate their strength. Before making the paper, they prepare the pulp by beating rags. They recycle mostly cotton off-cuts from clothing manufacturers and also linen, flax straw, jute and sisal. The pulping is mechanical. They don't use any chemical or bleaching agents, only water and rags. For example, the white is made from white tee-shirt off-cuts, and the blue from blue denim. The mechanical beating keeps the fibers long and pliable. The papers do not crack when folded and will resist very deep embossing. The pulp is sized with an additive.
more info
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Gaspe (jade green)  18" x 24" 90gr
St. Armand Old Master Paper - Gaspe (jade green) 18" x 24" 90gr
Our Price: $8.00

Touching these papers made from linen and cotton rag is just like being back in the 17th century! The laid finish gives them an authentic feel. The linen and cotton rag laid paper is like the drawing papers used in the 17th century.
This paper has been used for end papers and text in book restorations.
18" x 24" (46cm x 60.5cm) 90gr. Other colors and sizes available on special order.
The Saint-Armand handmade papers are made one sheet at a time following traditional methods. The sheets have 4 deckled edges and no grain direction. Bookbinders appreciate their strength. Before making the paper, they prepare the pulp by beating rags. They recycle mostly cotton off-cuts from clothing manufacturers and also linen, flax straw, jute and sisal. The pulping is mechanical. They don't use any chemical or bleaching agents, only water and rags. For example, the white is made from white tee-shirt off-cuts, and the blue from blue denim. The mechanical beating keeps the fibers long and pliable. The papers do not crack when folded and will resist very deep embossing. The pulp is sized with an additive.
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