LA PLATINOTYPIE, EXPOSÉ THÉORIQUE ET PRATIQUE D'UN PROCÉDÉ PHOTOGRAPHIQUE AUX SELS DE PLATINE PERMETTANT D'OBTENIR RAPIDEMENT DES ÉPREUVES INALTÉRABLES.; Translated from the German by Henry Gauthier-Villars. Giuseppe Pizzighelli, Le Baron Hübl.

LA PLATINOTYPIE, EXPOSÉ THÉORIQUE ET PRATIQUE D'UN PROCÉDÉ PHOTOGRAPHIQUE AUX SELS DE PLATINE PERMETTANT D'OBTENIR RAPIDEMENT DES ÉPREUVES INALTÉRABLES.; Translated from the German by Henry Gauthier-Villars.

Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1887. Second French edition. Small 8vo., xiv, 98 pp., mounted platinum photographic frontispiece, illustrations. [bound with] Lamy. E. LE PROCÉDÉ AU CHARBON. Manufacture des Papiers Photographiques. Paris: Maurice Bry & Cie., Successeurs de E. Lamy, [1903] Cinquième edition. 8vo., vii, 312, [3] pp. Contemporary quarter calf with marbled paper over boards, titled in gilt on the spine. Light foxing to ther platinum frontispiece. Very good. Item #53655

The first manual discusses Pizzighelli's newly modified platinum process. Pizzighelli was the brother-in-law of H.W. Vogel with whom he invented gelatin silver chloride emulsion for printing papers. M. Le Baron Hübl invented the multiple gum printing process. The frontispiece is an original platinum print. E. Lamy was a manufacturer of photographic papers with a factory in Courbevoie on the Seine. He first manufactured a siler bromide paper, later expanding into a range of carbon papers.

Roosens and Salu No. 8637, OCLC locates tens copies. And for Lamy, a greatly enlarged edition of Roosens and Salu No. 1617, with no copies of this edition located.

Price: $450.00