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Antiquarian Books & Prints with FREE 14 Page Sample eBook, including brief History of Printing on Paper

 

Antiquarian Books & Prints with FREE 14 Page Sample eBook, including brief History of Printing on Paper. Mumfordebooks & Prints published with antique material or where appropriate a mixture of antique and new digital images.

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There are pages on how to check your book’s condition and value. Publisher’s 1st Editions can be misleading, how to find a true 1st first edition. Books should not be broken up and sold to collectors. Many museum archives have whole collections waiting to be put back together. A good thing the quality of most prints (Removed Pages) has be to colourise them successfully. Our World Politics (Shop Category Window) has selected some American Political Cartoon, and updated them, for your enjoyment.

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Antiquarian Books

Antiquarian Books & Prints with FREE 14 Page Sample eBook, including brief History of Printing on Paper. Mumfordebooks & Prints published with antique material or where appropriate a mixture of antique and new digital images. There are pages on how to check your book’s condition and value. Publisher’s 1st Editions can be misleading, how to find a true 1st first edition. Books should not be broken up and sold to collectors. Many museum archives have whole collections waiting to be put back together. A good thing the quality of most prints (Removed Pages) has be to colourise them successfully. Our World Politics (Shop Category Window) has selected some American Political Cartoon, and updated them, for your enjoyment.

The oldest method of printing is the woodcut and wood engraving cut in the end-grain.

Since the earliest times Humans have printed with their Hands on cave walls, to tell us what they had seen around them. The materials used for printing changed over the centuries from Copper, Steel and soft fine grain stone Lithography, a different stone for each colour.

Our American Cartoons show how 3 & 4 colours made a pleasing printed picture.

With the aid of computers all colours are possible with a hand held mouse.