Dating agfa photo paper
- Is Agfa brovira paper any good?
- Does Agfa-Gavaret copyproof paper need to be opened in red light?
- What to do with Agfa CPP&CPN paper?
- What is the history of Agfa-Gevaert?
- What is the difference between Leonar and Agfa brovira?
- Can Agfa paper be postwar paper?
- How old is the brovira brand?
- What is brovira paper?
- Can I apply for a CPP for a centrally authorised product?
- What is an example of a CPN?
- When to issue a CPN under the Environmental Protection Act?
- How do I submit data for my CPP application?
- When was Agfa Gevaert founded?
- Who is Agfa?
- What is the history of Gevaert?
- When did Agfa become part of Bayer?
Is Agfa brovira paper any good?
I recently had a whole lot of different Agfa and Ilford papers, some dating back to the 1980s, and it was all fogged, except for one pack of Ilfobrom. Brovira paper was known in the 40s. I have been buying this particular paper off Ebay from time to time and it usually is in very good to excellent shape.
Does Agfa-Gavaret copyproof paper need to be opened in red light?
Quote: I have got hold of 4 boxes of Agfa-Gavaret copyproof paper. Three of the boxes state that it must be opened in red light. The other is non-sensitive to light and is wrapped in a clear bag, with CPP stamped on the box.
What to do with Agfa CPP&CPN paper?
Parmalee has the closest to my experience of Agfa CPP & CPN paper. We used it for production of commercial artwork for press. The version i used was black or white (no greys in-between) and a screen would be placed under the neg paper for tonal images (i.e. trannys). The rest of the time we used it to copy/resize logos, type or complete artwork.
What is the history of Agfa-Gevaert?
The printing on the boxes gives us some clues: First, Agfa-Gevaert as a company (as opposed to the older Agfa only) came into being only in 1964.
What is the difference between Leonar and Agfa brovira?
Agfa Brovira.may also be seen just as brovira.a lot of photos exist from the 50,s on agfa brovira paper from left over warstocks.Typical scenario,where the soldier takes snaps during war,and photos dont end up being deveoped till years later.Agfa brovira is still manufactured but is named agfa brovira speed.german produced. Leonar.german produced.
Can Agfa paper be postwar paper?
As i said, agfa on its own can be postwar paper. The purpose of the list is to show that if ,you see these names at least you can be sure that the paper is genuine.
How old is the brovira brand?
The Brovira brand is indeed quite old, but my guess is that this particular paper is from the mid/late 60s at the earliest or early/mid 70s at the latest. The printing on the boxes gives us some clues: First, Agfa-Gevaert as a company (as opposed to the older Agfa only) came into being only in 1964.
What is brovira paper?
Brovira paper was known in the 40s. I have been buying this particular paper off Ebay from time to time and it usually is in very good to excellent shape. It comes in variety of surfaces and different hues of paper base thickness/color that are not available anymore today.
When was Agfa Gevaert founded?
Agfa-Gevaert NV, Belgian corporate group established in 1964 in the merger of Agfa AG of Leverkusen, West Germany, and Gevaert Photo-Producten NV of Mortsel, Belgium. The merger established twin operating companies, one German (Agfa-Gevaert AG) and one Belgian (Gevaert-Agfa NV, which in 1971 became Agfa-Gevaert NV).
Who is Agfa?
A Belgian ‘photo products’ business and a German color dye manufacturer joined forces and grew into an internationally renowned company in the graphic and healthcare industries. Looking at the high-tech products and solutions delivered by Agfa today, it is hard to believe that it all began way back in the 19th century. But it did.
What is the history of Gevaert?
1894 The company L. Gevaert & Cie was founded in Antwerp, Belgium, arising from the workshop for the manufacture of photographic paper belonging to Lieven Gevaert. 1897 Appearance of the Agfa trade mark. 1898 Introduction of X-ray plates and film products.
When did Agfa become part of Bayer?
1952 Re-establishment of Agfa AG as a wholly owned subsidiary of Bayer in Leverkusen. 1964 Merger of Agfa AG and Gevaert Photo-Producten N.V. with Bayer AG and Gevaert each holding a 50% interest in the new operating company.