Albumen print is the technique that ruled Europen photography for most of the 19th century and retained its popularity well into the 20th century. Suffice it to think back to Eugene Atget's masterful pictures of Paris.
For over a hundred years factory made albumenized papers that only required sensitization with silver nitrate were available. Today most of photographers choosing to use this technique need to prepare their own materials the way our ancestors did. In order to make this easier, we have prepared and albumen printing starter kit containing all elements required to start your own work:
10 sheets of albumenized paper
40 ml sensitizer
sodium thisulphate for one litre of fixer
This is a complete kit sufficient to make albumen prints.