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Rubber Stamps For Photographs








Many photographers employ a rubber
stamp for imprinting the backs of mounts, and in these circumstances a
good ink is very essential. Here is the recipe for making one quoted
from the Engineer, and said to yield an excellent ink which, while
not drying on the pad, will yet not readily smear when impressed upon
paper: Aniline Red (Violet) one hundred and eighty grains, distilled
Water two ounces, Glycerine one teaspoonful, Treacle one-half
teaspoonful. The crystals of Aniline are powdered and dissolved in the
boiling distilled water, and the other ingredients then added.





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