Commercial Art Vol 2, No 16, February 1924

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Content includes:
Signs Of The Times
The Selling Shop Front
The Art Of The Note Heading
The Technique Of Lay-Out
Aldo Cosomati
Packings And Wrappings
The Shipping Poster
Window Displays For Manufacturers
Booklet Reviews
Livening Up The Likeness
Calendars For 1924
Reproduction Methods
Printing Machines

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Commercial Art Vol 2, No 16, February 1924
Commercial Art Vol 2, No 16, February 1924
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