Woodburytype

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Etymology[edit]

Woodbury +‎ -type, after the name of the inventor.

Noun[edit]

Woodburytype (plural Woodburytypes)

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  1. A photomechanical printing process in which a relief pattern in gelatin is hardened and pressed against a metal plate, producing an intaglio.
  2. A print of this kind.

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