Graph Analysis: Being a Graphised Account of the Relative Economic Merits Existing Between Machines in a Specified Shop
First Edition. Signed by Author
29cm x 23cm. 188 pages, graphs. Half blue leather, gilt lettering.
Typescript of a treatise comparing the economics of printing machines. Reckoners for print estimators to create graphs to calculate cost of printing machine outputs based on size, colour, print run, etc. together with 129 graphs by the author. A unique piece of printing history unrecorded in Trove or OCLC. Bound in half leather by W. Moore of The Speciality Press, the author acknowledges the practical assistance of The Melbourne School of Printing and Graphic Arts, Graphic Art Studios, T. B. McDiarmid & Sons, and The Speciality Press in the physical production of the work.
Some rubbing to edges. Tanning to edges of endpapers and first and last pages. Very small soil to tail of pages 30/31. Very Good Condition.
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