THE "A.B.C." GUIDE TO THE MAKING OF AUTOTYPE PRINTS IN PERMANENT PIGMENTS.
- London: The Autotype Company, 1898.
- small 8vo.
- original pictorial cloth, top edge gilt.
- xii, 104, 11+(1) pages.
- Order Nr. 97830
- Price: $225.00 other currencies
Fourth edition, revised (See Bridson & Wakeman E360). Contains two plates including one folding plate showing workers in action. With the bookplate and pencil signature of Gavin Bridson. Front cover has a scrap mark across it.
Felcone, Joseph J.
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