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ELECTROTYPES OF SUPERIOR

BOOKBINDERS SHOULD USE WOOD ENGRAVINGS.

JUDSON'S SIMPLE DYES,

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The Publishers of the Art Journal respectfully announce that they have on hand a large and varied Stock of Wood Engravings, which have appeared in that Journal and in other illustrated works issued by them; and that they are now prepared to supply Electrotypes of the best quality from any of these Blocks, at the rate of Ninepence per square inch (with a few exceptions). The Electrotypes will be delivered ready for printing, and guaranteed to work equally as well as the original Wood Engravings.

They comprise several complete Series, in addition to a large miscellaneous collection, amounting in all to

ABOUT TWENTY THOUSAND. Copies of the whole may be seen at any time, at VIRTUE & CO.'S, 294, City Road, London; or further information will be furnished by Post to inquirers.

A very extensive Stock of Engraved STEEL PLATES, in good condition, are also available for printing from, on very moderate Terms.

FOR COLOURING BOOK EDGES. Anything more brilliant or elegant cannot be conceived than the tints produced by these beautiful chemical preparations. There Fourteen Colours. A Sixpenny Bottle of Magenta, Violet, Purple, Blue, will make half a pint of Colour ready for use, by the mere addition of water. Other Colours in proportion.

Judson's Simple Dyes are useful for many other purposes. Any one can use them. A Sixpenny Bottle of Magenta will dye 20 yards of Ribbon in 10 minutes.

ASK FOR JUDSON'S SIMPLE DYES. MAGENTA. SCARLET. CRIMSON. CERISE. MAUVE.

GREEN. BROWN. BLACK.
VIOLET. ORANGE, CANARY. BLUE & PINK.

Price Sixpence per bottle.
These Dyes will be found useful for Dyeing
articles of Woollen or Silk manufacture; also
Feathers, Fibres, Grasses, Seaweed, Ivory, Bone,
Wood, Willow Shavings, Paper; for tinting
Photographs, and for Iluminating. May be had
of Chemists in the United Kingdom and Colonies.
Price Sixpence per bottle.

Established 1770.

KELLY & SONS,

BOOKBINDERS,
Water Street, Arundel St., Strand, W.C.

LONDON.

ELECTROTYPING.

COLOURING.

VILLIAM SMITH, PRINTY. STINSON begs to inform II

('OLOURER in General. Engravings of Printers and Publishers that he Electro- Natural History, Anatomy, Landscapes, Figures, types Woodcuts, &c., in the best style. 1, Wine Maps, and other subjects, coloured in the best Olhce Court, Fleet Street, E.C., and 6, Church stylo, with despatch, and on the most reasonable Street, Old Lambeth, S.

terms.-19, Woodbridge Street, Clerkenwell,

R.

TO PURCHASERS OF PRINTING MACHINERY.

Time proves all things,” and amongst others, “ YE CAXTON" MACHINE.

“I can fully bear testimony to the excellency of Mr. Myers' large Cylinder Caxton' Printing Machines, having had no less than three of them. The first I had made was a demy broadside in 1859, which I used for three years for all kinds of Jobbing, and it was a perfect little gem. Having started a Newspaper, I exchanged the demy in 1862 for an extra size double demy, capable of printing a double royal handbill. This was an excellent machine-I used it for my paper, the Trowbridge Chronicle,' also for book work, getting perfect register, and general Jobbing, including large posters (4 sheets of double royal), in colours, specimens of which Mr. Myers will be able to show any printer requiring to know the capabilities of the machine. The circulation of the Chronicle' having so largely increased, I was compelled a few weeks ago to exchange again for a larger size still, and I have every confidence in this, believing it will turn out equally as well as its predecessors. I may add that I have not been to more than a sovereign expense for repairs since I first had them in 1859, although they were constantly in use. This is a bona fide testimonial. I am under no obligation to Mr. Myers for any favour, but I feel a pleasure in recommending his machines, having tested them for the last eight years. " "Trowbridge Chronicle' Office, September 16th, 1867.”

WILLIAM COLLINS. These Machines are made with large and small Cylinders. For Pricos, &c., address Mr. MYERS, Printers' Engineer, Caxton Iron Works, Southampton.

* Roller Composition, ready for use, 6d. per lb. ; will remelt; and does not shrink.

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ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHY. WHITEMAN & BASS, Artistic and Commercial Copper and Steel Plate Engravers and Printers, Lithographic Draughtsmen, Writers, and Printers.

Price List free for Trade Card.
236, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, W.C.

JENKINS AND CECIL,

(FROM R. RIVIERE)

BOOKBINDERS,
32, MUSEUM STREET, BLOOMSBURY, W.C.

NEAR THE BRITISH MUSEUM.

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TO PUBLISHERS AND OTHERS.

H. RANSOM, TRADE DELIVERY AGENT, 24 & 4, UPPER YARDLEY STREET, WILMINGTON SQUARE,

FARRINGDON ROAD, W.C.

Late of 3, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, E.C. The want of a Travelling Agency, to undertake the Posting and Billing of the numerous trade shops in and around London, has long been felt by the Proprietors of Newspapers, Periodicals Publications, &c. H. RANSOM begs to inform the Publishing Trade that he is ready to undertake the Delivery and Posting of Announcement Bills, Contents Bills, Sheet Bills, Hand Bills, Boards or Circulars to the Wholesale and Retail News and Book Trade, within 10 miles of the Metropolis, by which means the most extensive and surest publicity will be obtained.

TOWN AND COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. BOARDS AND BOARDMEN PROVIDED.-FIRST-CLASS STATIONS.

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LEWIS & SONS, Bookbinders, No. 9, Gough Square, Fleet Street, London, E.C., beg

, to inform Publishers, Booksellers, Printers, &c., that ibey are prepared to give Estimates for Cloth or Leather Binding, either in large or small quantities, executed in the best style and workmanship.

Account Book Manufacturers.
CASES MADE AND STAMPED FOR COUNTRY BINDERS.

ELECTROTYPES OF

Stereotypers to the Times Office. WOOD ENGRAVINGS FOR SALE. J. Apared to furnish estimates for the supply of

AND Messrs. Cassell, Petter, & Galpin are

prices as low as any house in the trade, as their

experience for many years has been extensive, prepared to dispose of Electrotypes of both in the Book-work and Type-high departupacards of 30,000 Engravings, on mis- ments. Newspapers cast to any size, either in

whole pages or in columns. Surface-plates for cellaneous subjects. Impressions may be Engravers always in Stock, at the lowest prices. seen, and prices and other particulars 106 and 107, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, E.C. kuoron, on application at their works, La N.B.-Every information given, and estimates Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, and prices for Stereotyping Machinery, and all London, E.C.

materials and metals used in Electrotyping and Stereotyping, sent to all parts upon application.

VENABLES, TYLER, & SON,

& PAPER MANUFACTURERS ,

AND

Wholesale and Export Stationers,

17, QUEENHITHE, LONDON, E.C.

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A. W. BAIN begs to inform Publishers and the Trade generally, that he executes every description of Wholesale Bookbinding in the best style, and on very moderate terms. Cassell's Milton," Dante," &c., as bound by him in Morocco, will be a fair sample of the superior quality of Binding.

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Estimates given for every description of Bookbinding.

51 & 52, FRITH STREET, SOHO SQUARE, W.

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Two Silver Prize Medals Awarded.

JOSEPH MARKS,
F.

J. WHITEMAN & CO., Die, OOKBINDERS' BRASS BLOCK,
Seal, Stamp, Marking Plate and General

Crest, Tool, Letter, and Bevel Block Cuttere
Engravers, Relief Stampers, &c., to the Trade. and General Relief Engraver,
Stamping any colour, 58. per 1,000.
19, Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 32, Ferter Lane, FLEET STREET, E.C.

PARIS EXHIBITION, 1867.

PRIZE MEDAL AWARDED TO

E. WOLFF & SON,

POR TIEIR SUPERIOR

DRAWING & OFFICE PENCILS, ARTISTS' CRAYONS, CHALKS, &.

MANUFACTURED BY STEAM MACHINERY. Makers to Her Majesty's Government and the Bank of England. Steam Pencil Works - 55, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC,

Price List may be had on Application,

ROCK BROTHERS, & & PAYNE, WHOLESALE AND EXPORT STATIONERS, ,

11, WALBROOK, LONDON. ORDERS BY Post.—A Special Department is established for attending

to urgent orders. VIEWS OF ENGLAND.-Orders taken for engraving new views on the

most liberal terms, in addition to the 5,000 already published. VIEWS OF PARIS.—One Hundred and Twenty views of New Paris

now on sale in books, from Sixpence to Fifteen Shillings each, retail, and only on note paper, and otherwise similar to the views of England, with which the trade and public are so familiar.

CHRISTMAS CARDS, NOTE PAPER, AND VALENTINES BY ALL MAKERS.

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ESTLEYS &160
BOOKBINDERSLEREMBOSSERS

LONDON:
10 FRUAR STREET

DOCTORS COMMONS. EA

J.

CO., PRINTERS, 172, St. John

OGDEN &

Street, Clerkenwell, E.C., solicit the attention of Publishers and others to the facilities they possess for executing every description of Letterpress Printing. The Premises have been built specially for them ; the Type has been carefully selected from the best foundries, and includes many of the handsomest Modern founts, the entire series of Messrs. Miller and Richard's Old Styles, and a choice assortment of Titling and Fancy type for both styles; and the Machines-Platen, Anglo-French, Perfecting, and Single Cylinder—are of the most modern and improved construction. These appliances, with the experience gained during many years' general management of one of the largest London offices, may afford some guarantee that work entrusted to them will be done satisfactorily, and at very moderate charges.

E. MARLBOROUGH & CO., ADVERTISING AND COMMISSION AGENTS.

Advertisements inserted on Moderate Terms in any

Publication in Great Britain and Ireland, Commissions undertaken for the Collection of Advertisements, or the

Publication of Periodicals.

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