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COOPER, Joseph (d. 1808)
[Specimen]
Specimen of printing ink, invented by Joseph Cooper, printer, No. 31, in Bow Street, Covent Garden. ...
[London]: [Joseph Cooper], [179-?].
[2] p. ; 32.9 cm. (4°)

Quarter-sheet, verso blank. Drop-head title. This issue of Cooper's specimen sheet, printed on heavy laid paper, refers to 'Mr. Ibarro at Madrid'; another issue (q.v., priority unknown) has 'Mr. Ybarra' and includes three further paragraphs containing details of prices and a reference to Cooper's 'success ... since I invented these articles in February 1789'.

Binding Loose paper.

Reference Number 6320


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