verb (used with object), col·lo·typed, col·lo·typ·ing.
Origin of collotype
Related formscol·lo·typ·ic [kol-uh-tip-ik] /ˌkɒl əˈtɪp ɪk/, adjectivecol·lo·typ·y [kol-uh-tahy-pee] /ˈkɒl əˌtaɪ pi/, noun
Examples from the Web for collotype
The collotype process then became his hope and refuge, but that also was in its infancy, and not practised in England.The Evolution of Photography |John Werge
Collotype printing is not merely done by hand presses, but is also done by machinery.
The collotype plate is then exposed under the negative and washed in cold water until the yellow bichromate no longer comes away.The Essentials of Illustration|T. G. (Thomas George) Hill
This volume contains reproduction in colour of sixteen Jacobite pictures and seven portraits in collotype.Law and Laughter|George Alexander Morton
The Collotype Facsimile (thirty-eight leaves unpaged) is inserted between pp. 53 and 54.The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge|Samuel Taylor Coleridge