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16th century facsimilie pamphlets

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Hi
I am looking for some late 16th century facsimilie pamphlets / ballads etc

Does anyone know of a supplier?
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I have done replica 17th/18th Century ones so I recon I could do some 16th Century ones for you. Message me if you are interested.

Heres some of the ones I do:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/58993524/re ... -broadside
http://www.etsy.com/listing/58993780/re ... ballad-the
http://www.etsy.com/listing/58994014/re ... ad-villany
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Now they are VERY nice. Prices please!
http://www.griffinhistorical.com. A delicious decadent historical trifle. Thick performance jelly topped with lashings of imaginative creamy custard. You may also get a soggy event management sponge finger but it won't cost you hundreds and thousands.

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they are £10 each and are printed on the correct period paper
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Fabbo. Paper from Griffen Mill by any chance? Good stuff. can you send me a list of all you do, all periods?

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They are nice Pod, what kind of paper did you use? (am interested in paper ;-))
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It's laid cotton/linen rag paper.
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Archival?
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No its hand made paper
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I am sure it is, but I mean, is it archive/conservation grade paper?

I use Griffen Mill for my paper, archival quality, I was wondering where you got yours, I have a keen interest in it.
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These are great, PoD!
I would be interested in buying facsimiles of 16thC broadside ballads if you ever do them.

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gregory23b wrote:I am sure it is, but I mean, is it archive/conservation grade paper?

I use Griffen Mill for my paper, archival quality, I was wondering where you got yours, I have a keen interest in it.
Ahh no idea. I get mine from a place called Shepherds Falkiners in London
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Aww man is that ever a handy link! Thank you!
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Sounds like Griffen mill paper, good stuff.
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They are £10 each. These are the current ones I have:

The Ballad of Luther, The Pope, A Cardinal, & A Husbandman 1550
The true fourme and shape of a monsterous chyld whiche was borne in Stony Stratforde 1565
Certayne versis writtene by Thomas Brooke gentleman in the tyme of his imprysonment 1570
benedicitie or blessinge to be saide over the table, before meate 1575

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Printed on period correct laid rag paper and is around 197mm x 303mm in size
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Lovely work as always Mr Pod!

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Thanks Jim. Just done another couple

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The true description of a monsterous chylde 1565

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A new balade or songe of the Lambes feast 1574
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