It did not look crazy, with its Gaskell's Compendium copperplate and its careful signature.
Who contrived the first copperplate press ever seen in this country?
copperplate engraving had been practised as early as the first quarter of the fifteenth century.
Its antiquity is proved by the evidence of copperplate grants to have been known as early as the 5th century.
At the age of nineteen he entered on an indenture of seven years to a firm of copperplate engravers at Ferenize.
Born at Margate in 1821, he was early in life apprenticed to a copperplate engraver in Bedfordbury.
The grand importance of wood-engraving and copperplate is not sufficiently estimated in historical investigations.
From a purely mechanical point of view the construction of the copperplate press (Fig. 3) is of an exceedingly simple character.
They are now much used for the reproduction of photographic portraits in books, taking place of the copperplate engraving.
In its application to lithography the following are the only requisites for copperplate transfer printing.