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Re: What's "Fine Press"



I would have to disagree that something is fine just because that was the
intention - I think it depends on the actual result, and there may have been
far better work produced in the past by good honest craftsmen than those
considering themselves to be artists.

MJS

> >
> >There is a strongly held opinion that the only form of printing which can
>be
> >called "fine" in any way is letterpress. However, having seen many
>examples
> >of poor letterpress printing, I'm more inclined to the view that a Fine
> >Press is fine in its aims intentions rather than its methods.
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