copperplate


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Synonyms for copperplate

a graceful style of handwriting based on the writing used on copperplate engravings

a print made from an engraved copperplate

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an engraving consisting of a smooth plate of copper that has been etched or engraved

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Revisiting the question a few years later, the Court explained that the owner of the copperplate is entitled to make a great many uses of his personal property, so long as they do not conflict with the interests of the copyright holder:
He still has his flying log book, detailing every mission in copperplate ink.
Hidden away where Sam did not at first notice it, there was a second label with coloured-in British, French and Imperial Russian flags and, in neat copperplate, "Made In The Great War".
In this case the printer used the wrong copperplate when printing the map on the overleaf of the text pages, which had been made earlier via another technique, namely letterpress printing.
The globe at the centre of the clock, containing the mechanism, consists of two gilded copperplate calottes, inscribed with the Earth's principal features as understood at that time, including a continent inscribed AMERICA*NOVITER*REPERTA (Fig.
Most fatefully, it also clearly appears on the 1823 copperplate created by the engraver William Stone to replicate the original parchment, which was already fading into illegibility.
learn Copperplate 2, bring an oblique pen holder and nib, ink, paper, small rag and a thin writing cushion.
EYES: Using Omega and Copperplate eyeshadows on eyelids and socket line, add a little definition along the lashline with Blacktrack Fluidline.
He engraved 60 copperplate maps for Pietro Andrea Mattioli's Italian edition of Ptolemy's "Geographica", entitled "La Geographica di Claudio Ptolomeo Alessandrino.
I on copperplate charters (tiimrds'iisana), he speaks of "the direct promotion of copper-plates from the mid-fourth century under Gupta influence- (pp.
These include minute books that chart the history of the College in copperplate manuscript.
We learn from the book that there is a copperplate inscription mentioning such arrangements even earlier than the Pallavas.
The exhibition features four oil paintings and 26 copperplate engravings that depict the rich colour and texture of native Mexican crops such as tomatoes, chillies and cocoa found in its markets.
During its long history, the orchestra had collected a lot of memorabilia, so the display included old concert programmes, photos, conductor's batons, a US flag donated by the Pittsburgh Orchestra and an original cash book with its beautiful copperplate handwriting.