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Orloff Process

This Russian method of COLOR PRINTING WITH ONE IMPRESSION was shown at the 1900 Paris Exposition. It made use of a rubber cylinder which received one or more colors from various devices and blocks so they could be transferred with one impression. (Nadeau, Encyclopedia, p. xxx.).

OrloffProcess1902_8x6 "The Orloff process of colour printing. All colours at one impression. Printed from Ordinary zinc line blocks." Specimen from the 'Penrose's Pictorial Annual,' Vol. 8, 1902-3. Whole block is 192 x 144 mm.

“The Orloff process of colour printing. All colours at one impression. Printed from ordinary zinc line blocks.” From the 'Penrose's Pictorial Annual,' Vol. 8, 1902-3. Whole block is 192 x 144 mm. Click to enlarge.