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Anaglypta

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An embossed, paper-based wallcovering (about the weight of cardboard), sold "raw" so the paint-decorator might glaze, polychrome, gild, or faux-finish it. In formal Victorian rooms of the late 19th century, embossed papers were common treatments for the section of the wall below the chair rail.

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