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  • curprev 19:4819:48, 29 November 2022Wtrettien talk contribs 16,131 bytes +16,131 Created page with "McLean, Ruari. ''Victorian Book Design and Colour Printing.'' Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972. “Mechanical composition, and the many new faces introduced by the Linotype and Monotype companies, did not really begin to affect book design until the 1920s.” (3) “In 1837 the media of book illustration were, as they had been for nearly 400 years, the wood block and the copper plate, and since about 1800 steel had been used as a harder alternative to cop..."