Photographic developing paper; Kodak; 1940s; CR1977.445

Name/Title

Photographic developing paper

About this object

Velox Developing Paper in closed but partly torn brown paper package containing 14 sheets, Special Velvet Velox (Semi Gloss) for use with average negatives. Manufactured by Kodak (A/asia) PTY. LTD., Melbourne. Nepera Chemical Company Trade Mark on front of package.

Maker

Kodak

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

1940s

Place Made

Australia, Melbourne

Medium and Materials

Processed material, paper

Inscription and Marks

VELOX A DEVELOPING PAPER. Directions Enclosed. Open only in Yellow or very subdued Daylight. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY KODAK (A/asia) PTY. LTD., Melbourne. 14 SHEETS. NEPERA CHEMICAL COMPANY TRADE MARK - Logo of Triangle and white circles.
SPECIAL VELVET VELOX (SEMI GLOSS) FOR USE WITH AVERAGE NEGATIVES. CAUTION! You should use no other developer than those described in the enclosed directions. Lack of bromide in developer gives greyish whites, too much of it or too weak or oxidised developer will give greenish or brownish looking ?.
Batch no. P2436 OR

Measurements

L 115mm X W 85mm X H 5mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Photographic equipment

Credit Line

From the Collection of the Cromwell Museum

Object Type

Photographic equipment

Object number

CR1977.445

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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