from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A method of photo-printing by the agency of paper sensitized with ferroprussiate of potash. See bluepaper.
  • n. The process of printing on china in blue beneath the glaze (first employed by English potters about 1780), as distinguished from black-printing.


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