What say you Mr. Healy?

July 30th, 2015 in blog     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Jimbo...do you know what these are. If I am correct and you don't guess it then you should look for a new day job. If I am wrong then I wil just have to eat crow!

posted in: blog, paper, architectural, bags

Comments (7)

JunkArchitect writes: Sue, I have access to lots of old blueprints. Send me a few bags, I'll fill them with prints and take a couple photos for you.

Jim Posted: 4:40 am on August 2nd
suziart writes: Lol...!!! They look like the bags that are used when buying wine or spirits!!
Did they roll the blueprints and put them into these? .they seem too short!
They would be awesome for the architect...

~suZi Posted: 7:37 pm on July 31st
suewhitney writes: Even the experts get had. I'm sending you some Jimmy boy so you can appraise. Only you would know for sure. I think you are pulling my leg so you get a present. Te He. Just saying' Posted: 5:55 pm on July 31st
JunkArchitect writes: I just can't believe they're old. The font looks new too. In my 100+ years practicing architecture I have never seen drawings stored in paper bags. You've been had!

Posted: 5:39 pm on July 31st
suewhitney writes: I think these are the real deal Mr. Healy or Mr. Smarty Pants I should say. They are very thick and aged. I think they ar real drawing bags or blueprints. Want some?

Just Me Posted: 12:59 pm on July 31st
georgiamoon writes: I didn't know that they used to wrap blueprints in bags..never have seen that before. Some old originals would be super cool. Jim, do you have some? Posted: 5:26 am on July 31st
JunkArchitect writes: My guess is they're new bags with craft store rubber stamps made-up to look like they were meant to hold rolls of architectural drawings.


Posted: 1:21 pm on July 30th
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