rag papers

rag papers

[′rag ‚pāpərs]
(materials)
The most expensive papers, made wholly or partly from cotton or linen rags; rag content is expressed as 25, 50, 75, or 100%; pure rag papers are the strongest and most resistant to the discoloration and deterioration due to age.
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The washed-out interiors and unresolved detective story of Corin Sworn's The Rag Papers, 2013, cater to the pleasure of watching almost nothing happen for twenty minutes.
The plates are hand-wiped and imprinted into damp rag papers.