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Kodachrome Prints

(Fr.: épreuves (agrandissements) Kodachrome)

INTEGRAL TRIPACK PRINTS originally on a white SAFETY (acetate) base produced by Eastman Kodak Co., from 35 mm Kodachrome TRANSPARENCIES (1941). The acetate base was changed to a fiber-base starting on September 18, 1961, and the name was changed to Kodak Color prints in May 1975. This DIRECT-POSITIVE PROCESS was originally called MINICOLOR PRINTS, the name being changed to Kodachrome Prints in April 1946. (Nadeau, Encyclopedia, p. xxx)

Kodachrome Print of Roy Rogers on a horse. Non-ferrotyped glossy fiber-base paper, 125x125 mm with borders. Stamp dated 1962. Kodachrome Print of Roy Rogers on a horse. Non-ferrotyped glossy fiber-base paper, 125x125 mm with borders. Stamp dated 1962.

Kodachrome Print of Roy Rogers on a horse. Non-ferrotyped glossy fiber-base paper, 125x125 mm with borders. Stamp dated 1962.