Photozincography

Photozincography, sometimes referred to as Heliozincography but essentially the same process, known commercially as zinco, is the photographic process developed by Sir Henry James FRS (1803–1877) in the mid-nineteenth century. This method enabled the accurate reproduction of images, manuscript text and outline engravings, which proved invaluable...
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Photozincography

• (n.) A process, analogous to photolithography, for reproducing photographed impressions transferred to zinc plate.
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Photozincography

Pho`to·zin·cog'ra·phy noun [ Photo- + zincography .] A process, analogous to photolithography, for reproducing photographed impressions transferred to zinc plate.
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