A mid-twentieth century typographical interlude

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(The Department) , (Plymouth) ((Plymouth, Devon))
Printing, Practical -- Make-up -- His
Other titlesTypographical interlude.
StatementDepartment of Printing, Plymouth College of Art and Design.
The Physical Object
Pagination24,xx p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20949694M
ISBN 100905797019

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