How paper was made at Hayle Mill in 1976 A short film, made by Anglia TV, describing all the processes in making fine paper including a section devoted to making and fitting a watermark to a mould.
British Association of Paper Historians publishes a scholarly journal "The Quarterly" and a quarterly newsletter and also organises conferences and meetings.
Hand Papermaking is the leading quarterly magazine for everyone interested in all aspects of making paper by hand.
Handmade Paper on the net is Dieter Freyer's amazing listing of every web site related to the field including history, mills, museums, watermarks and how to make your own.
Institute of Conservation is the UK's professional institute for all those involved in conserving our cultural heritage. One of its largest sections deals with paper conservation (as successor to the Institute of Paper Conservation).
International Association of Paper Historians (IPH) is one of the earliest organisations for those interested in paper history, has conferences, journals and other publications.
Timothy Moore makes papermaking moulds and bookbinding equipment and his site has some good sectional drawings of some parts of the moulds and deckles.
Watermarks A comprehensive and useful guide to watermarks and how they are made by Larry D Smith.
Edwin Amies & Son Ltd have made moulds for about 200 years and Ron MacDonald continues to do so at 33, Amsbury Road, Coxheath, Maidstone, Kent, ME17 4DP, England. Tel/Fax 0044 (1622) 745758. A DVD showing all stages of the intricate manufacturing process is available for £12.50 including postage and packing from the British Association of Paper Historians (BAPH) by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org; this version is compatible with PAL video format. For North America you may wish to have NTSC video format in which case please order direct from the makers http://www.iarecordings.org/productions/p20.html, price £13.45.