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Contents: Photogravure for Commerce; Typography: Tradition Convention and Progress; International Art Book Fair; The Golden Rules of Layout; Should Articles in a Printer’s House Organ be Specific or General? ; Still Life which Lives; Early printed Maps in England; Modern Hand Printing and many other features

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Printing Journal, No 01, Summer 1931
Printing Review, No 01, Summer 1931

 

Printing Journal, No 01, Summer 1931 Back Cover
Printing Review, No 01, Summer 1931 Back Cover
Printing Review was the Magazine of the British Printing Industry. The magazine published 79 issues between 1931 and 1959.
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