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ROLF ATE Documentation – useful information
DR. WERNER P. HEYD Interpunctuation VII (quotes II)
J. A. GEISSL Abbreviations and rules for abbreviations in German and foreign languages
DR. ADOLF DRESLER Who was the first illustrator of printed books?
Is quality printing a matter of luck?
A. BOLLIGER Sheet-fed rotary economics
An offset giant the Ambassador Perfector
A letterpress rotary for cramped spaces
HERWARD BRAUNEGG Printability testing of coated papers
Paper transport and storage in printing works
Automation in the produktion of milk paper containers
HEINZ H. SCHMIEDT The complete book factory (I)
Problems of gravure cylinder engraving
Surprises from Heidelberg
KURT WEIDEMANN: “Ways of typographic emphasis”
OLDRICH HLAVSA: “‘Typografia”


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