Ilford Multigrade Resin Coated Warmtone Paper (Pearl, 11x14, 50 Sheets)

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  • Ilford Multigrade Resin Coated Warmtone Paper (Pearl)
  • Size: 11x14"
  • Amount: 50 Sheets
  • Weight: 190gsm
  • Warm White Base
  • Variable Contrast
  • Excellent for Toning
Our Price: $159.90

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The Ilford Multigrade Resin Coated Warmtone Paper is a premium quality, variable contrast, black & white resin-coated paper that produces a warm black image tone on a warm white base. This paper can be used for everyday studio printing, portfolio work, or commercial work. Each sheet, in this Ilford Multigrade Resin Coated Warmtone Paper pack of 50 sheets, is 11 x 14" & has a weight of 190gsm. This paper is fully compatible with all existing multigrade filters and equipment, & is equally suitable for printing conventional B&W as well as Ilford XP2 Super negatives. The Ilford Multigrade Resin Coated Warmtone Paper is especially suitable for toning, & has a resin coated base.

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Paper Size: 11" x 14"
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Sheet Count: 50 Sheets
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Paper Surface: Pearl
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  • Ilford Multigrade RC Warmtone Pearl 11x14 50 Sheets

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