At 01:20 AM 12/5/2022, Alexander Huemer via cctalk wrote:
It would be cool if those could be scanned before
Yes, I have considered that. I have an Epson V850 Pro flatbed.
I'd need to scan it carefully in pieces and then use some kind
of stitching tool. I use Microsoft ICE for pictures.
I have an architectural client with a large format printer that
can also scan, but I think it's only 300 DPI.
The only credit I see on it is "PhotoGraphics." No idea if
they're still around. They'd still have copyright, so I couldn't
really reproduce it.