The Printers' Handbook of Trade Recipes: Hints & Suggestions Relating to Letterpress and Lithographic Printing, Bookbinding, Stationery, Engraving, Etc. With Many Useful Tables and an Index

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Chiswick Press, 1891 - Bookbinding - 360 pages
 

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Contents

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III
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IV
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V
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VII
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VIII
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IX
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X
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Page 319 - Book, the Copyright shall in that Case endure for such Period of Fortytwo Years ; and that the Copyright in every Book which shall be published after the Death of its Author shall endure for the Term of Forty-two Years from the first Publication thereof, and shall be the Property of the Proprietor of the Author's Manuscript from which such Book shall be first published, and his Assigns.
Page 251 - Cover the place you wish to mark with melted beeswax, when cold write- the inscription plainly in the wax clear to the metal with a sharp instrument, then apply the mixed acids with a feather, carefully filling each letter. Let it remain from one to ten minutes, according to the appearance desired.
Page 319 - Author shall endure for the natural Life of such Author, and for the further Term of Seven Years, commencing at the Time of his Death, and...

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