Brian & Dawn at Wild World
The only thing I knew to suggest to him was the standard Aqaba paper which is specifically made for gravestone rubbings. There are lots of sources for it online, but that's not exactly what he was looking for. Gene wrote:
I found some Aqaba from Gravestone Artwear on-line in York Harbor,Me., but it was thicker than what I had before years ago. I have been using calligraphy paper in the meantime. It worked pretty good.So, at least Gene has something to start with, but do any of you have more experience at this? Any recommendations?
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