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A Dictionary of English Manuscript Terminology 1450–2000

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2011
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Literature, History
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‘Hand-stamped’, or simply ‘stamped’, means that the mark, device, or text in question has been applied to the document not

hand stamping

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The Oxford Companion to the Book

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2010
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History, Social sciences
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52 words

The practice of transferring text or image from a *relief surface by means of a handheld, inked stamp, used in

manuscript corrections

manuscript corrections  

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Handwritten alterations to a text, in MS or printed book, to correct the reading, distinguished from other methods such as hand stamping, pasted slips, or using a cancel. The corrector ...
overprinting

overprinting  

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A means of making an addition, correction, or cancel on a printed sheet by superimposing new matter with a separate pass through the press, or by hand stamping. Overprinting can ...
pasted slips

pasted slips  

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A method of correction that involves printing, hand stamping, or writing the corrected text on a sheet or piece of paper, cutting it to size, and pasting the slip over ...
printer's device

printer's device  

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A form of trade mark used by early printers (and subsequently by publishing booksellers) to establish their identity. The first recorded printer’s device consisted of two heraldic shields interlinked ...
relief printing

relief printing  

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[It. rilievo] A large class of printing processes, including the principal process used for printed book production in the West from c.1450 to the mid-20th century: typographic printing from movable ...
security printing

security printing  

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Speciality printing techniques for products needing high security, and for which the printing is part of the solution. Compound-plate printing was developed and patented in 1819 by Sir William ...

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