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Photogravure with traditionally etched cylinders - cross screen not open but closed or clogged!  
 

 
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Posted 06/03/2018   2:18 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Galeoptix to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
In the usual traditional photogravure, the cross screens have edges that are rather regular so you can count the number of "teeth" and so measure the screen gauge....

Quite some Mexican stamps printed by the State Printers [T.I.E.V.] in Mexico on one of their Goebel presses show a remarkble type of screen whwere the edges seem clogged.



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Or even parts of the image!





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