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The art of chromolithography. w/44 plates  

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The Art Of Chromolithography. Popularly Explained And Illustrated By Forty-Four Plates Showing Separate Impressions Of All The Stones Employed: And All The Progressive Printings In Combination, From The First Colour To The Finished Picture

Audsley, George Ashdown

New York

Charles Scribner's Sons



[vi], 24 pp. plus 44 chromolithograph plates by Lemercier & Co. 41x27 cm (16x11") publisher's green cloth decorated in black and gilt. 

Ex Libris of the Library of the S. and G. Gump Company, San Francisco. A nice copy of this classic and informative descriptive text, featuring wonderful plates.

Lot Amendments

General light wear and rubbing to cloth, a few library markings to spine; library pocket to front pastedown, library stamp at bottom edge of front pastedown and half title, scattered finger soiling, interior sound with vibrant plates; very good.

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