© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, DOI: 10.1163/157006907X256345 Quærendo 37 (2007) 323-340 www.brill.nl/qua Book Reviews Bob Winkler [et al.], Rollenrotatiedruk in Nederland 1950-2004 . [ed. T.T. Winkler et al.; contributions by Erik van Erp et al.] (Leiden, Compres, 2004, hard cover, 23×26 cm, 216 pp., illus., isbn 90-73803-05-5, € 35). Rollenrotatiedruk in Nederland 1950-2004 [Reel-fed rotary printing in the Netherlands 1950-2004] is a work containing a load of information. Th e subject is dealt with exhaustively, not only in the text, but the voluminous publication is also interlarded with hundreds of illustrations. Th is must have been no minor quest, because in order to dig up all those data and illustration materials perseverance is required. No doubt the collecting of all the material demanded a lot of patience, as graphic enterprises are generally not conspicuous for satisfactory archiving. Quite valuable are also the thor- ough technical explanations and the details on printing procedures, folding possibili- ties, ink works, colour possibilities and formats. Th e future is not forgotten either. It is just all there . . . in text, in illustrations, in diagrams. What makes the book double valuable is that – perhaps unintentionally – it also oﬀers
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