First edition, second impression, with a glossary and index added. Management aspects of running a printing business including commercial law, finance, costing, organization, etc. Jacket faded and chipped.
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AMERICAN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF PRINTING.
by Ringwalt, Luther (editor).
First edition. (Bigmore & Wyman II, 259). With twenty plates including a full color frontispiece and a full-page example of raised lettering used for printing for the blind. About 1700 articles covering all aspects of the book and its production have been written by the famous authorities of the day. The many illustrations in the text are especially useful. Covers rubbed along edges and hinges with wear to spine ends. Inside hinges cracked but solid. Faint stain along bottom of preliminary and end pages. Ink and pencil ownership marks on first blank. Better preserved than most copies seen.