There are electrotypes of these in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
This is particularly necessary if the blocks are woodcuts, or electrotypes of woodcuts, which require a different cutting of perhaps three different thicknesses, all on thin hard paper, to give their full effect.
They arrived there in 1865 and extensive work began, including replacement of a large portion of the decorative elements with copper electrotypes.
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