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Published by the General Management of Printing Industry, Prague, in SNTL
Publishers of Technical Literature
Editor-in-chief Vladimír Drbohlav.
Assistant editors Eva Šlégrová
Cover Design by Bohuslav Blažej
Design by František Fantyš
Published monthly in cooperation with General Management of Slovak Printing Industry (Slovenská polygrafia), Bratislava; Czechoslovak Printing Society (CSVTS)

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Typografia, ročník 74, 7, 1971. Cover design by Bohuslav Blažej
Typografia, ročník 74, 7, 1971. Cover design by Bohuslav Blažej

 

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Typografia, ročník 74, 7, 1971. Back Cover
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