A treatise on wood engraving, historical and practical,
by William Andrew Chatto; with upwards of four hundred illustrations engraved on wood by John Jackson.
|Main Author:||Chatto, William Andrew, 1799-1864.|
|Related Names:||Bohn, Henry George 1796-1884., Jackson, John 1801-1848.|
London, Chatto and Windus 
A new ed., with an additional chapter by Hery G. Bohn.
"A dispute followed between Jackson and Chatto as to their respective shares in the credit of producing it. The project was Jackson's; the subjects were selected by him, and he contributed some of the historical matter, bore the cost of production, and engraved the illustrations. The whole was edited and brought into shape by Chatto."--Dict. nat. biog.
First edition published in 1839 without Chatto's name on the title-page.
xiv, 664 p.
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