From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:
Lithotypy \Li*thot"y*py\, noun [Litho- + -typy.] The art or process of making a kind of hard, stereotype plate, by pressing into a mold, taken from a page of type or other matter, a composition of gum shellac and sand of a fine quality, together with a little tar and linseed oil, all in a heated state.
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