On the another hand, we have some more documents that contain French watermarks, possibly well dated; nevertheless we know by our readings that there might be a time difference between the purchase of the paper in that time, and its effective use.We could read that the very average of this period was around 5 years maximum and never more than 15 years. To continue with the VDL matter, the reason why I wrote to the you is that I was doubting about the date 1725, for the geographical context of the Conception bay as represented on the map, refers better to the period 1740-1750; by the way it is precisely the period that match with the beginning of the added VDL monogram on papers according to Voorn.Wenn Sie mit den obigen Bedingungen einverstanden sind, klicken Sie auf die Schaltfläche "Ich stimme zu", um zur Registrierungsseite zu gelangen.Please send us your questions & answers and further information - more than one answer is most welcome! Its on a sheet of paper with a small piece of text which I think may have been written by William Lambarde.The animal below the crest may refer to the Order of the Golden Fleece. Thanking a lot for anything You may provide, I send You my best regards.Long ago I learned that during a sea voyage paper was sometimes/usually packed into watertight barrels, which would offer good protection against the damp. Do you happen to know anything about the way paper was protected on its voyages to the east? Its on laid paper with the Watermark I illustrate attached as a pdf. I have read the the Van der Ley paper was produced as early as 1673 or possibly earlier and on the death of GP the father, the family continued to produce laid paper with a variety of Intials. (partial) Sorry its poor quality - I didnt want to trace as this can leave marks. ), and we found many documents that could not be dated.
They are in Malay manuscripts (Dd.5.37 (1) and Gg.6.40 (2)) in Cambridge University Library.If we can't use the watermark to date precisely a document, however it seems to us this might be used as a "terminus ante quem" for a no dated document. They had several types of watermarks, which you may find described and illustrated in, among other publications, Henk Voorn, De papiermolens in de provincie Noord-Holland (De geschiedenis der Nederlandse papierindustrie I), Haarlem 1960, nos a.o.37, 40, 47, 72, 74, 102, 110, 123, 164, 178, 189, 193.I'm working on a bequest of prints made by the Austrian artist Hugo Henneberg who died in 1918 and was best known for his photographs.A newly found volume of apparently hand printed color woodcuts - each one of a kind - raises new questions about the art production of Henneberg also regarding his collaboration with other artist such as Carl Moll.One very thin which shows both chain and laid wires (sample1).One a bit thicker that shows only chain wires and no laid wires are detectable (sample2). Psychic reading is a centuries old art, with my psychic abilities we can find the answers to all your questions, solutions to relationship, life problems. I can restore broken relationships with my spiritual gifts.Does anybody have some recent information about the current hypothesis and investigations on this matter? The readings we have made about the datation of papers by the means of watermarks point out that indeed, it is quite uncertain, and could be risky to base on.Do the paper specialists have an estimate for the maximum period between the production of a paper and its use?