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Does anyone know the name of this Anaglypta wallpaper and maybe where I can find it to buy? It may be a discontinued range. Thanks!
I have checked their website and it looks like this paper is no longer there. However, if you go there they do have some paper that you could actually use to mix with this one and it would fit well together. The site link is www.anaglypta.co.uk/
I need a couple of rolls of this zigzag patterned wallpaper at the head of the page. Click here: Wallpaper Does anybody know what it is called and where I might be able to get some?
Put an alert on eBay and Amazon. You will be notified if and when the item comes up.
That post says it is called RD199 Anaglypta
I believe the company is still around. Perhaps they can confirm the name of the pattern and tell you if they know of any stocks of discounted product.
I set up Google Alerts when I want things...you can a message right to your email if one gets posted on most any site that feeds into google land!
Discontinued wallpaper is very difficult to find and almost impossible without a pattern name.
Thank you, I will give this a try.
You can set alert amazon and eBay both at a same time...
For more check it out:
I'm looking for 1 roll of Kenilworth RD199 Anaglypta wallpaper.
Discontinued wallpaper patterns are not usually very easy to find and I believe this number is very vintage??
Its worth a try to put alerts on both amazon and eBay
you will most likely never find it unless you luck out on ebay or craigslist. But you should just habitually check in on those sites see if by luck you come across it
this search shows some possible leads on where to find www.google.com/
Have you considered asking the company for assistance. I pasted a link above. Can't hurt to ask!
I am looking for a discontinued wallpaper, a thick Anaglypta called cracked ice as a flood has damaged one wall in the lounge and all of the kitchen has had to be replaced and repaired. It's for a 90 year old great aunt desperate to find 3 rolls. Where can I get some of this paper? It was discontinued; I don't know when!
If this is the right pattern, there is an eBay vendor with rolls for sale. It is pricey and looks like it is coming from England, which would add for shipping. The vendor has good feedback which is one of the first things I look for when making a purchase.
Here is the only one I found that matched yours:
It appears there may be more than one design for "cracked ice" so take a look at different listings. This brand of wallpaper is expensive but I would suggest you purchase from a US seller just in case you have to return it,
Consider putting alerts on Amazon and eBay, and want ads on Freecycle and Craigslist
I moved to house in the UK with this pattern Anaglypta. Anyone have any idea what the name of the pattern is? It must be discontinued as I cannot find it in current searches. Any help very much appreciated.
Once a paper is discontinued, the best way to get a couple of rolls is to go on eBay.
I'm looking to buy one roll of Anaglypta paintable wallpaper, plume. I remodeled and need one roll so as not to have to remove the wallpaper in the hall and living room.
There were some on eBay but I could not find the exact one. You could check on eBay periodically and hopefully find a roll. Good luck!
Your best bet is to put an alert on eBay and Amazon. You can also look on Craigslist and Etsy.
Where can I purchase Anaglypta RD 672 wallpaper? I need about 4 rolls.
walldiscountusa.com carries discontinued wallpaper. You can also put an alert on eBay.
I am looking for a discontinued Anaglypta wallpaper. I believe it is pattern number RD4021. It is a maple leaf repeated over and over. If you know of a source, please advise. Thanks.
By Patty from Cleveland, OH
P.S. I'm also looking for Anaglypta RD767, a leaf border. Thanks.
I am looking for some discontinued wallpaper called Anaglypta Ultra Fine Vinyl RD970. It's a paintable wallpaper. Even one roll would help.
Judith from UK