Related to cerotype: Glyphography


 (sîr′ə-tīp′, sĕr′ə-)
The process of preparing a printing surface for electrotyping by first engraving on a wax-coated metal plate.

[Greek kēros, wax + type.]
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(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a process for preparing a printing plate by engraving a wax-coated copper plate and then using this as a mould for an electrotype
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