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Published by the Typografia Publishing House at the trade union directorate of the Printing Industry in Prague and Bratislava.
Chief editor: Ing. Vladimir Drbohlat.
Editor: PhDr. Beika BeneSovd.
Prepared for printing by Frantisek Fantys.
Graphic design of the cover and graphic editing of the issue by Jiri Rathousky.

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Typografia, ročník 72, 10-11, 1969. Cover design by Jiří Rathouský
Typografia, ročník 72, 10-11, 1969. Cover design by Jiří Rathouský
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