Book Ink

A variety of rotary ink used in the letterpress printing of books, produced with various formulations depending on the hardness and surface texture of the book paper on which it is to be printed. Book inks generally have a fluid body, and can be fast-drying (if used on hard papers) or somewhat slower-drying (if used on soft papers). (See Rotary Ink.)

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