A location question

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strang steel
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Re: A location question

Post by strang steel » Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:30 pm

Thanks very much StevieG.
John

upney sidings
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Re: A location question

Post by upney sidings » Tue Dec 24, 2019 11:01 am

strang steel wrote:
Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:15 pm
You are very welcome Mike.

Do you have all the negatives? I did wonder who might have been the successful bidder, as I was outbid and satisfied myself with the albums of prints instead. I will be delighted if you have the whole collection, because I feared they would be split up and sold individually on Ebay, or similar - much as Henry Casserley's were.

I hope you don't mind my posting the prints online, although judging by your scan of the negative, there is more background detail to those than to my photos of photos (as it were).
It was remiss of me to not respond to your comments and the embedded questions which are worth answering.

1. I don't have all the negatives I'm afraid. The collection is being recycled piecemeal via eBay as you have feared and there's obviously nothing that the likes of thee and me can do to change that.
2. There is no problem either morally or legally with the posting of copies from your prints within this e-forum's environment.
3. Yes, detail is all too frequently lost in the printing process which is one reason why I have nothing to do with prints at all.

Regards,

Mike M.
My collection of archive images: http://mikemorant.smugmug.com/

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