This is one a small series of extremely rare Edwardian magazines which relate to the history and process of artistic lithographic printing in Britain.
I have looked everywhere for other copies of this interesting publication without success - including specialist book dealers sites.
This one is Volume 14 No. 2 and it was published in Feb 1906 (at 119 - 125 Finsbury Pavement, London). Edited by Robert Hilton.
The cover is lithographically printed and is generic to all the issues - but printed in different colours.
This volume has lots of specialist advertisements relating to the lithographer's art and skills.
We have articles on the following subjects: Full Contents Index to Volume One; Technical Questions; The Three-Colour Photogravure; Processes for Relief Impressions; The Early History of LIthography in Glasgow - 1860 to 1902; Tin-Plate Printing; Current LIthographic Causerie; Questions and Answers; Photogravure Printing on Lithographic Machines; Practical Lithographic Machine Management; The Aerograph Method of Distributing Colours
The lovely original 1906 lithograph is intact and in good condition. It shows a stylised landscape printed in colours of pinks and reds. By Kast & Ehinger, Stuttgart. It is printed in four colours. I have photographed it for your inspection.
The publication is softbound with printed paper cover - and stapled. Considering it is over 100 years old. It is in remarkable condition- only some slight rust marks from the staples - you won't find another like it.
Dimensions: 27.5 x 22 cm.
This is probably a volume for a specialist art library or specialist researcher or art collector - a very fair price - given that it has such an attractive original lithograph bound into the issue.