F. Dangerfield's improved lithographic & metallo-graphic press : important to printers, stationers, &c.
- London : Frederick Dangerfield, 22, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, [between 1866 and 1890]
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet ( page) ; 26 x 21 cm
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- F. Dangerfield was active at 22 Bedford Street from 1866 to 1890. See: Wakeman, G. A guide to nineteenth century colour printers.
"Frederick Dangerfield took out Patent 1201 in 1762 for a cylinder lithographic press, with the scraper below the cylinder. The stone was hinged on one side and lifted out for inking. The paper was laid in the bed of the press. (Illus. in S & FTR, 6 April, 1868)."--Wakeman, G. A guide to nineteenth century colour printers.
Lithographed advertisement for Frederick Dangerfield, lithographic printer. The text briefly describes his cylinder lithographic press.
- Subject Terms:
- Book industries and trade -- Great Britain.Dangerfield, Frederick.Lithographers -- Great Britain.Lithography -- Great Britain.Printers -- Great Britain.Printing -- Great Britain.
Lithographs -- 1866-1890.
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Dangerfield, Frederick, F. Dangerfield's improved lithographic & metallo-graphic press , [between 1866 and 1890]
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