> Well, I know it costs about £4 for a B&W A1 photocopy of something, so I
> dunno what you'd be talking about for A1 color prints.
*Photocopying* is prohibitively expensive - about 20-30 quid for a
single A1 sheet in colour. Printing always works out way cheaper if
you're talking decent quantities.
I suppose I could be persuaded to look into it. If the price is less
than a tenner, say, who'd be interested? Mail me directly with your
desired quantity, please, and I'll think about feasability.
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