from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A process of photolithography devised by Captain Abney, in which the picture is printed according to usual methods on a sensitized gelatin film supported on paper, and then transferred to a lithographic stone or to zinc by means of an impression in lithographic ink from the moistened film.
  • n. A print made by the papyrotype process.


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