Liberty PaperI'm calling this the Liberty paper because one of the pieces I uncovered has an edge that's marked "Liberty Papers." This is the second oldest paper found in the upstairs hall. It was applied on top of the Weave Paper and was covered with a plain nubbly textured paper.
As you can see from the inset, the background has fine lines and possibly a subtle pattern behind the lines (it wasn't possible to reconstruct from the remaining pieces). It's hard to tell from the scans, but the dots on this paper are metallic gold, and there are metallic green and copper highlights in the flowers
The pattern is shown at 50% actual size on the background of this page. I may have the repeat wrong—again, there was only enough for a rough reconstruction.
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