A superfine 'calendered' (ironed) paper with a surface of china clay or kaolin, giving it a highly enamelled finish for the printing of fine-screen half-tone blocks. Has occasionally been used for stamp printing. The issues of Kishangarh are examples. Sometimes called coated paper.
- R. J. Sutton 6th edition revised by K. W. Anthony
The Stamp Collector's EncyclopaediaPublished 1966Posted January 7, 2000
Index of 507 Notes from the Past
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