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Published by the Polygraphic Research Institute, a specialized publishing and publishing center.
Chief editor: Ing. Vladimir Drbohlav.
Editor: Bojka Benešová.
Cover design by Stanislav Maršo.
Graphic editing (except advertisements) by Soña Valousková.
Prepared for printing by František Fantyš.

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Typografia, ročník 70, 12, 1967. Cover design by Stanislav Maršo.
Typografia, ročník 70, 12, 1967. Cover design by Stanislav Maršo.

 

Typografia, ročník 70, 12, 1967. Cover design by Stanislav Maršo.
Typografia, ročník 70, 12, 1967. Cover design by Stanislav Maršo.

 

Typografia, ročník 70, 12, 1967. Back Cover
Typografia, ročník 70, 12, 1967. Back Cover
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