Five centuries of map printing (The Kenneth J. Nebenzahl, Jr., Lectures in the History of Cartography at the Newbery Library, 3)
Chicago & London, University of Chicago Press, 1975
(29 cm), xi, 177 pp., 59 illustrations (some in colour). Publisher’s cloth, pictorial dust jacket. - A collection of six essays by the editor and by Arthur H. Robinson, Coolie Verner, Walter W. Ristow, Elizabeth M. Harris, and C. Koeman, examining the changing technology of map printing (woodcut, copperplate engraving, lithography) and the changing relationship between the map printer and the cartographer since the 15th century. ¶ Fine copy.