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Black and white printing and processing / Printing and Publishing Industry Training Board
Bib ID 2010985
Format BookBook
Author
Printing and Publishing Industry Training Board (Great Britain)
 
Description London (Merit House, Edgware Rd, NW9 5AG) : The Board, [1975] 
[2], 12 p. ; 30cm. 
ISBN 0703200216 (sd)
Series

Units of photographic training.

Notes

Monochrome photography. Processing. Manuals. For printing & publishing industries (BNB/PRECIS)

Subjects Photography -- Processing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

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