Lithographed [adjective]

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Chromo-lithographed cover, with heavy silk fringe and tassel.

Impression, 23 by 17 mm., apparently lithographed in color on white paper.

The various forms of the whorls are shown in the lithographed plates at the end of the volume.

The letterhead may be printed, engraved, or lithographed, and it is safest done in black.

The head itself is about twelve inches wide, beautifully lithographed in colors, on heavy plate paper, about 19 x 24 inches.

It is printed in English and Persian, the latter being lithographed.

True to the promise of its lithographed glories the circus was in our midst, rain or shine, for this day and date only.

He lithographed them on stone for Spooner, in the Strand, at a guinea each, a friend having negotiated their sale.

There he made a lucky hit by a sketch of the younger Kean, which, like his portrait of Scott, was lithographed and published.

She was taking with her some hundreds of copies of a lithographed appeal, I believe of her own composition.