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Typographical Printing Surfaces. The Technology and Mechanism of Their Production

£200.00

Product description

London. Longmans, Green, 1916. cloth. Hardback. Condition. Very Good 8vo. cloth. xxiv, 732 pages. First edition. Endpapers are darkened and an inscription has been incompletely erased. A spot of foxing to the prelims. The boards are moderately to heavily marked with a combination of white marks, scratches and a couple of small water marks although the binding is firm and text block square. The spine panel is worn but gilt titles are still visible. Owner name to title page. Many illustrations throughout

A definitive study of technical printing for its time with encyclopedic chapters on punch-cutting, casting machines, type faces, stereotyping, and 32 other subjects. This was republished in 1980 but very uncommon in its 1916 first edition.

Item details

Author(s):
Legros Lucien and Grant John
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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About this item

London. Longmans, Green, 1916. cloth. Hardback. Condition. Very Good 8vo. cloth. xxiv, 732 pages. First edition. Endpapers are darkened and an inscription has been incompletely erased. A spot of foxing to the prelims. The boards are moderately to heavily marked with a combination of white marks, scratches and a couple of small water marks although the binding is firm and text block square. The spine panel is worn but gilt titles are still visible. Owner name to title page. Many illustrations throughout

A definitive study of technical printing for its time with encyclopedic chapters on punch-cutting, casting machines, type faces, stereotyping, and 32 other subjects. This was republished in 1980 but very uncommon in its 1916 first edition.

Author(s):
Legros Lucien and Grant John
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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