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Subject: Labelling

Labelling

From: Juliette Rogers <juliette>
Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2001
I purchased a Pigma Micron pen for labelling between B-72 layers on
solid collections pieces, but the B-72 top coat washes it clean
away.  (I note it also washes away with a water-dampend cotton bud,
so so much for "waterproof!")  Does anyone have a preferred ink for
use with nibbed pens that can hold up to a camelhair brush with
acetone-diluted B-72?  I use Winsor and Newton for white, but I
don't know if their black is good too. Any hope of there being an
easy-to-use pen to minimize time with metal pens and open bottles of
ink?

Juliette Rogers
Collections Manager
Stephen Phillips Trust House
Salem, Mass.


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