Letterpress

Method of printing from raised surfaces, either metal type or plates whose surfaces have been etched away from image areas. Also called block printing.
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Letterpress

A relief printing method. Printing is done using cast metal type or plates on which the image or printing area are raised above the nonprinting areas. Ink rollers touch only the top surface of the raised areas; the nonprinting areas are lower and do not receive ink. The inked image is transferred directly to the page, resulting in type of images th
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Letterpress

Let'ter┬Ěpress` (-tẽr*prĕs`) noun Print; letters and words impressed on paper or other material by types; -- often used of the reading matter in distinction from the illustrations. « Letterpress printing, printing directly from type, in distinction from printing from plates.»
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Letterpress

• (n.) Print; letters and words impressed on paper or other material by types; -- often used of the reading matter in distinction from the illustrations.
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Letterpress

A printing method that stamps ink onto paper, using raised lettering.
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LETTERPRESS

Printing from images with a raised surface which are inked and impressed directly onto the surface of the material.
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Letterpress

Method of printing from raised surfaces. A letter press is the kind of press used.
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letterpress

Method of printing from raised type, pioneered by Johann Gutenberg in Europe in the 1450s
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Letterpress

Printing that utilizes inked raised surfaces to create the image.
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Letterpress

a printing process where ink is transferred from raised areas to the substrate under pressure.
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