Electrotype

• (n.) A facsimile plate made by electrotypy for use in printing; also, an impression or print from such plate. Also used adjectively. • (v. t.) To make facsimile plates of by the electrotype process; as, to electrotype a page of type, a book, etc. See Electrotype, n.
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Electrotype

E·lec'tro·type noun [ Electro- + -type .] A facsimile plate made by electrotypy for use in printing; also, an impression or print from such plate. Also used adjectively. » The face of an electrotype consists of a shell of copper, silver, or the like, produced by the action o...
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electrotype

A copy or reproduction of a coin, token or medal made by the electroplating process.
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Electrotype

A counterfeit coin made by the electroplating process.
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electrotype

A facsimile plate made by electrotypy for use in printing; also, an impression or print from such plate. Also used adjectively. ... The face of an electrotype consists of a shell of copper, silver, or the like, produced by the action of an electrical current upon a plate of metal and a wax mold suspended in an acid bath and connected with opposite ...
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Electrotype

Reproduction made by electrodeposition frequently used in museum displays.
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Electrotype

Reproduction made by electrodeposition frequently used in museum displays.
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