Trade Digital Paper for Analog (b&W)

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    Trade Digital Paper for Analog (b&W)

    Howdy,

    Just learning to experiment and enjoy printing in a darkroom. I don't have much old style paper and have a few unused boxes of Inkjet paper.

    1 box Epson 8x10 Borderless Matte, 31 sheets remain + 1 glossy sheet.
    1 box Hammerhill 8.5x11 Heavy Weight Gloss, 16 sheets remain.

    Both in original boxes with instructions, looking to trade Black & White paper, open to ideas on what kinds or sizes. Each end pays own shipping or local meetup okay, (Phoenix, AZ).

    Thanks
    Billy


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