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blind stamping

Line breaks: blind stamping
(also blind tooling)

Definition of blind stamping in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The impressing of text or a design on a book cover without the use of colour or gold leaf.
Example sentences
  • I wallowed in bindings and leathers and fonts, in all the lovely jargon of the trade, half-titles, colophons, blind stamping, foxing, black letter, washed leaves, cancels…
  • It is designed for foil and blind stamping, and is suitable for screen and simple line offset printing.
  • They began the practice of blind stamping in the late 1940's and discontinued it in recent years.

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