“I bought what was advertised as the proof of an old magazine cover. It’s made up of two sheets of paper loosely connected together. The front paper is very thin, almost like tissue paper. The backing paper is thick. Is this kosher, because I’ve never seen anything like it?”

What you describe is consistant with a genuine proof. The thin on thick paper is called chine aplique, and some proofs are chine appliques.

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