3 edition of Anastatic printing found in the catalog.
Edgar Allan Poe
|Contributions||Baskin, Leonard, 1922-, Gehenna Press., Press Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||NE2550 .P63 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||84249456|
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The chief value of this work is in its collection of photographs of rare and unique manuscripts and its mass of empirical data; therefore this effort of Dr. David Diringer - 'THE BOOK BEFORE PRINTING: Ancient, Medieval, and Oriental (c, ), becomes a nice compendium of evidence rather than a plausible theory of the development of the /5(6). July ; and Specimens of Hand Press Collotype Book Illustrations by The Autotype Company (). See also F 44 Collotype in Series 2 of this Collection. 8 F96 Lithographic and half-tone The People's Handbook Series A Collection of Gems in Lithographic and Half-Tone Work () 8 F97 Anastatic printing/Phillipps
Zincography was a planographic printing process that used zinc plates. Alois Senefelder first mentioned zinc's lithographic use as a substitute for Bavarian limestone in his English patent specifications. In , Federico Lacelli patented a zincographic printing process, producing large maps called géoramas. In –, Eugène-Florent Kaeppelin perfected the process to create a. Maingay made the books using anastatic printing, also called metal relief, similar to what William Blake used with his illuminated books. Rockwell Kent also like the look of metal relief. Many of the copies of this book in other collections are called ink drawings, although they might also be anastatic printed copies.
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The graphic reproduction process which came to be called anastatic printing first began to be known in October when the proprietors of the London journal, the Athenaeum received from a correspondent in Berlin a reprint of 4 pages of their issue of Septem containing some woodcut was so perfect a facsimile that they immediately inquired as to how it had been done.
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Anastatic printing book A short-lived transfer lithography method for making facsimiles, a forerunner of photocopying. ‘Anastatic’, Greek for ‘resurrection’, indicates the method’s reproductive results; its use of paper led to another name, ‘papyrography’.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: 7 pages 24 cm: Responsibility: as described by Edgar Allan Poe in Other articles where Anastatic printing is discussed: printmaking: Relief etching: When large areas of a metal plate are etched out (see below Etching), leaving the design in relief to be surface printed, the process is generally called relief etching.
Usually the method is. anastatic printing Anastatic printing was a form of facsimile reproduction invented and developed in Germany in the early s, and subsequently in England. It had been intended to reproduce old and rare works, but had the major failing that it sometimes destroyed the original without producing a copy.
anastatic printing. Hardcover – January 1, byAuthor: Edgar Allan Poe. [pagecolumn 2, continued:] ANASTATIC PRINTING. It is admitted by every one that of late there has been a rather singular invention, called Anastatic Printing, and that this invention may possibly lead, in the course of time, to some rather remarkable results — among which the one chiefly insisted upon, is the abolition of the ordinary stereotyping process: but this seems to be the.
[pageunnumbered:] ANASTATIC PRINTING. It is admitted by every one that of late there has been a rather singular invention, called Anastatic Printing, and that this invention may possibly lead, in the course of time, to some rather remarkable results — among which the one chiefly insisted upon, is the abolition of the ordinary stereotyping process: but this seems to be the amount.
Use of the Anastatic Printing Process in Ireland Edward J Law, The article describes the arrival and use in Ireland in the mid-nineteenth century of the innovative anastatic printing process. The method was employed to make facsimile copies of the transcripts of the Brehon laws, as well as other material.
Persons interested are invited to call at the Anastatic Printing Office and inspect specimens of transfers of sketches and writing, type, plans and pictures. Research at the Library Company reveals several examples of anastatic printing, as Mr.
Smith and his son desired to make the business venture successful by vigorous promotion of the process. Later inthree substantial books made use of the anastatic process and all three are in the Library Company first was a pattern book for artisans: [A] “guide for workers in metal and stone consisting of designs and patterns for gate, piers, balcony and cemetery railings, window guards, balustrades for staircases.
Anastatic printing required the original work to be written in an oily ink. Acid would be applied to the paper, which was then pressed against a zinc : Nicole Radzievich. A metalcut or metal engraving (the borderline between both techniques is a narrow one) are both forms of relief printing and are cut by hand on metal blocks.
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anastatic (comparative more anastatic, superlative most anastatic) Of or pertaining to anastasis. (printing, historical) Of or relating to a printing process in which copies of drawings are printed from facsimiles produced in relief on zinc plates.
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Anastatic Printing and Photozincography. Wymondham: Brewhouse Press, First edition, one of copies printed. Finely printed history of the first commercially viable means of making facsimile reproductions of the printed page.
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