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Title(s):

Every man his own printer, or, Lithography made easy : being an essay upon lithography in all its branches, showing more particularly the advantages of the "patent autographic press."

Additional Title(s):

Lithography made easy

Published/Created:
London : Waterlow and Sons; Liverpool : McCorquodale and Company; Manchester : Joseph Thomson; Edinburgh : Hugh Paton, 1854.
Physical Description:
50 pages, [1], 9 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 28 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
NE2425 .F5+ Oversize
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
Attributed to Theodore Henry Adolphus Fielding--Lithography 1800-1850.
Twyman, M. Lithography 1800-1850, page 158
Friedman, J. Color printing in England, 1486-1870, 129
Selected exhibitions: "Color Printing in England, 1486-1870" (Yale Center for British Art, 20 April-25 June, 1978).
BAC: British Art Center copy imperfect: lacks frontispiece
Subject Terms:
Lithography -- Printing.
Lithography -- Technique.
Paton, Hugh -- Publisher.
Thomson, Joseph -- Publisher.
Form/Genre:
Lithographs -- 1854.
Lithotints -- 1854.
Contributors:
Fielding, T. H. (Theodore Henry), 1781-1851, attributed name.
M'Corquodale & Co., publisher.
Waterlow and Sons, publisher.
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