THE LOUVAINE FAMILY.
Samples of advertising using AMTYCO inks, the Louvaine style. This face was original cut for ATF by Morris Benton in 1928. Printed on both sides. Samples of electric flashes. Creased and torn near edges of crease.
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PRINTING RELIEF ILLUSTRATIONS, KIRKALL TO THE LINE BLOCK
by Wakeman, Geoffrey
Limited to only 100 numbered copies; this copy is not numbered. Contains six original pages of specimens that have been tipped in to demonstrate illustration techniques, with an additional five specimens tipped in that Bridson has added. Four illustrations in the text. Well printed by this English private press. With the bookplate and pencil signature of Gavin Bridson who has added a note that this copy is "with extra illustrations."