City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
Sculptura historico-technica: or, the history and art of engraving. Containing, I. The rise and progress of engraving. II. Of engraving in general. III. Of engraving, etching, and scraping on copper, as now practised. IV. An idea of a fine collection of prints. V. The repertorium; or, a collection of various marks and cyphers, with additions. To which is now added, a chronological and historical series of the painters from the eleventh century. Extracted from Baldinucci, Florent le Compte, Fairthorne, the Abecedario pittorico, and other authors. With copper-plates.
London: Printed for J. Marks, in St. Martin’s-Lane , 1770.