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All photogravure plate makers of the present time have more or less copied the process of Fox Talbot.
THE BUILDING OF A BOOKVARIOUS
With a Frontispiece in Photogravure and 16 other Illustrations.
MARY TUDOR, QUEEN OF FRANCEMARY CROOM BROWN
Illustrated with a series of portraits in etching and photogravure.
NARCISSA, OR THE ROAD TO ROMELAURA E. RICHARDS
With photogravure frontispiece and sixty-five illustrations.
THE CURVED BLADESCAROLYN WELLS
Illustrated with facsimile letters and photogravure frontispiece.
OCCULTISM AND COMMON-SENSEBECKLES WILLSON
With 44 Illustrations, including a Frontispiece in Photogravure.
A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS PUBLISHED BY METHUEN AND CO., OCTOBER 1909VARIOUS
These famous Illustrations—21 in number—are reproduced in photogravure.
THE LAND OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINREGINALD WYON
The book is beautifully produced, with suitable illustrations, including coloured plates and a photogravure plate.
PSYCHELOUIS COUPERUS
This limitation to their production, however, enhances the value of photogravure prints.
ENGRAVING FOR ILLUSTRATIONJOSEPH KIRKBRIDE
Each volume has a photogravure frontispiece, and the books are produced with great care.
THE LAND OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINREGINALD WYON

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