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Illustrated London News

Coronation ceremony number,June 6,1953.

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        StatementIllustrated London News
        PublishersIllustrated London News
        LC Classifications1953
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 84 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

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Leighton's production of these first color images proved that color printing could be done in high volume to meet the high circulation of the Illustrated London News, and at comparatively low cost. 1860: The Internet Archive hascovering January-June 1860. 1861: The Internet Archive hascovering July-December 1861. The Illustrated London News often ran deep and detailed special features such as the life ofwho had almost two full issues dedicated to him after his death in.

1921: HathiTrust hascovering January-June 1921.

George Leighton Prints the London Christmas Supplement, the First Newspaper Printed in Color : History of Information

As eight of the largest titles in illustrated news, these were newly dubbed the 'Great Eight' publications. "In one sense, people didn't know before then what the rest of the world really looked like. The centenary of The Illustrated London News in 1942 was muted due to wartime conditions, including restrictions on the use of paper. The company operates at 46—48 Street. Front cover of 1 October 1892 issue, showing a scene from and 's created by M. ILN covered world events, such as the Boer war, and domestic celebrations including the Great Exhibition of 1851, publishing the plans for the Crystal Palace event before even Prince Albert had seen them.