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Arguelles, Lopez and Brothers Cigar Company
Water was applied to the limestone and was absorbed by the etched sect-ions of the stone. When applied, printing ink for that color adhered only to the image on the stone. Damp paper from the proof book was then pressed to the stone and an image was produced in the color represented by that stone. The same process was repeated for each color in the design (as many as 13 colors were used), the lithographer carefully registering the same piece of paper on each separate stone. Each separate color used in the image required its own stone!
Internet distribution rights are extended by the owner of the original to PALMM for use in the Ephemeral Cities project. This image may not be commercially reproduced without permission.
Label ( Documentary Artifact, Communication Artifact )
Argulles, Lopez, and Brothers (545 Main Street)
[A page from a proof book for Arguelles, Lopez, and Brothers Cigar Company.]
Hillsborough County (Fla.)
t Tampa Cigar Industry and Art Collection