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1 Copper Engraving Printing Plate of a Horse

N.d., circa 1900. The plate, which is 4 by 3.5 inches, is essentially a negative of the image. The thoroughbred is standing still with a few palm trees in the background, suggestive of a Florida racetrack such as Hialeah. A lovely printing souvenir! 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Jean Cussac Imprimeur-Editeur d'Art.  40 Rue de Reuilly, Paris Editions Artistiques En Noir & En Couleurs.  Publicite -- Annonces -- Dessins -- Magazines -- Revues Techniques.  Plaquettes et Catalogues De Luxe
2 Jean Cussac Imprimeur-Editeur d'Art. 40 Rue de Reuilly, Paris Editions Artistiques En Noir & En Couleurs. Publicite -- Annonces -- Dessins -- Magazines -- Revues Techniques. Plaquettes et Catalogues De Luxe
Wraps Very Good 
Stunning catalogue from printing company, replete with specimen plates, some in full color, others partially colored. N.d., circa 1914. (List of medals won at International Expositions up to Gand or Ghent 1913, and fashions within are of the teens.) Folio. 32 by 24.5 cm. Unpaginated, ten leaves. Issued in conjunction with the firm's name change from Imprimier Chaponet to "Jean Cussac", the catalogue displays specimens of various printing methods, including wood engraving, similigravure, chromotypography, (trichromie) chromolithography, with full page "ads" for pencils, shaving accessories, women's fashion, Art Nouveau lamps and a touring car. Other photos show a selection of the catalogue covers the company was responsible for, and a few of the company's operations in a newly opened plant. Throughout, the typography, the decorative devices and other ornamentation and the overall production exemplifies Gallic panache, and make this a catalogue that transcends its ephemeral origin and purpose. Scarce, with no copies found on OCLC. Decorated embossed wrappers with string tie. Small tear at bottom of one leaf. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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Our Work 1939
3 Our Work 1939
Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Technical College Printing Department 1939 First Wraps Very Good 
4to. 28 by 22.5 cm. Unpaginated, 55 leaves, printing almost exclusively on rectos, with a few exceptions. Printing catalogue, with papers of different thickness, some thin, some card, with a wide variety of printing samples, including photographs, some color, etc. Samples include stationary, magazine text, glossy, flat, on and on. Akin to print company catalogues from the U.S. and Europe. This Australian one is an attractive version of the type. Condition: light soiling and wear to the wraps. A tear at upper spine extremity. Internally clean and crisp. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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