The eight-part serial "Postage Stamp Printing in the Postal Printing House of Securities" by Miroslav Vondrich (without the diacritic over the r
in the latter name) appeared in the FILATELIE monthly between April 2004 and January 2005.
The original can be viewed here:
Part 1, pp. 18 - 20 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2004_04.pdf
Part 2, pp. 36 - 37 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2004_05.pdf
Part 3, pp. 37 - 38 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2004_07.pdf
Part 4, pp. 29 - 30 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2004_08.pdf
Part 5, pp. 40 - 41 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2004_09.pdf
Part 6, pp. 35 - 36 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2004_11.pdf
Part 7, pp. 35 - 36 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2004_11.pdf
Part 8, pp. 36 - 37 http://knihovna.filaso.cz/filatelie_2005_01.pdf
Here is an attempt at the contents of each part (the headings in Czech printed in bold type):
Part1: /Introduction/, I. Rotary Printing - Pale copy /of the design/, detailed line drawing , engraving - Transfer roll, its adjustments and corrections.
Part 2: Rotary Intaglio combined with photogravure - Intaglio cylinder - Treatment of photogravure inks - Production of photogravure cylinders
Part 3: Photogravure cylinder - Etching - Printing
Part 4: Perforation and cutting - Checking /for imperfections/ - Special adjustments to printing cylinders - Paper and inks - Plate flaws - Intaglio plate flaws: those on the die or the transfer roll - re-entry - single lines - dots and minute areas - large or more serious plate flaws
Part 5: Photogravure plate flaws - Flat plate intaglio - Transfer rolling, printing plate - Printing - Perforation
Part 6: Checking - Paper - FDCs - Printing machines - Plate flaws - Diagram of a printing sheet for flat plate printings and those combined with offset printing
Part 7: Flat plate printing combined with offset printing: a single pass through the offset printing machine - new kinds of plate flaws - paper - plate flaws: colour spots - perforation
Part 8: Offset, postcards, holograms, typographic printing: lack of colour intensity in lines - easier to counterfeit - postcards - holograms - letterpress - almost antiquated today
I am afraid the text is full of technical terminology and particular turns of phrase used in this specialized craft, whose exact meaning is not quite clear to me but does not prevent me getting the gist in Czech but which I would be at a loss to express in a foreign language.
Besides tempering with a copyright text in this way is out of the question. Pity.