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The Graphic Processes (Intaglio, Relief, Planographic): Actual Prints with notes
Boston: C. E. Goodsped & Co, 1926. Unbound. Good to Very Good. Complete. Separate explanatory text with 24 folders (all 13" x 18.5") each containing an explanation plus one or more mounted leaf, partial leaf, or print specimen. Enclosed loose in a red cloth-covered portfolio with string ties. The leaves and prints are in very nice shape; one may have been remounted, and one has some corner wear that was likely there when originally attached. The portfolio shows wear and color loss from moisture. Several folders have edge-wear; one is missing its lower front corner, and one has a touch of red staining. The processes represented include: woodcuts (a leaf from the Nuremburg Chronical), wood engraving, woodcuts in color, (Beswick, Nason, and Cole), chiaroscuro (Murray), Japanese prints, line cuts (Kimball), half-tones (Morse), four color, lithography (stone, zinc, color), photogelatin, aquatone, etching, dry-point (Chamberlain), soft-ground etching, aquatint, mixed methods, stipple engraving, crayon method, line engraving, steel engraving, mezzotint, photogravure, and rotogravure. This portfolio is mention in passing in Disbound and Dispersed, The Leaf Book Considered, 179. Wear to the portfolio and a few folders, so priced accordingly.
      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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