Reproducing a Work of Art

September 1987
Archaeology;Sep/Oct87, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p95
Reports that the Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland has chosen the Fine Art Facsimile Publishers of Lucerne, Switzerland to publish the fine art facsimile of the `Book of Kells'. Limited publication of the hard-bound facsimile; Retail price upon publication in 1990; First museum to receive the complete edition of the book; Reproduction process.


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