The Graphic Arts Year Book 1910: The American Annual Review of the Printing, Engraving and Allied Industries; Joseph Meadon, Editor
The Graphic Arts Year Book 1910: The American Annual Review of the Printing, Engraving and Allied Industries; Joseph Meadon, Editor
The Graphic Arts Year Book 1910: The American Annual Review of the Printing, Engraving and Allied Industries; Joseph Meadon, Editor
The Graphic Arts Year Book 1910: The American Annual Review of the Printing, Engraving and Allied Industries; Joseph Meadon, Editor

The Graphic Arts Year Book 1910: The American Annual Review of the Printing, Engraving and Allied Industries; Joseph Meadon, Editor

Hamilton, Ohio: Joseph Meadon, 1910. Hardcover. 428, [2] p.: many illustrations, both color and black-and-white, some tipped-in, some folded; 26 cm. Original leather spine with brown morocco-grain cloth over boards with gilt-stamped cover title: The Graphic Arts and Crafts Year Book 1910. 20th-century spine repair with dark brown library repair tape. Top page edges gilt. Brown endpapers. Includes index to advertisers. The frontispiece and many leaves of plates are included in pagination. Includes an article on color photography by Auguste Lumiere. Auguste and his brother Louis Lumiere were pioneers in cinema and in 1907 produced the first practical color photography process, autochrome Lumiere. Also contains articles by S. H. Horgan, Arthur Payne (Paynetype), A. J. Bull, Otto Mente, L. G. Musk, N. S. Amstutz, Henry E. Kock, Henry O. Klein, Albert Korn, Thorne-Baker, C. G. Zander, C. E. Kenneth Mees, F. J. Trezise, H. P. Buzzell, Kenneth E. Groesbeck, Walter C. Kelley, A. C. Austin, Wells H. Hawtin, Warren C. Browne, and W. F. Herzberg. A heavy book; for international shipping, it will have to be sent by priority international. In Very Good Condition: 20th-century spine repair, as described; cover is lightly soiled; otherwise, clean and solid. Very Good. Item #007106

Price: $125.00