ChromotypeA photographic picture in the natural colors.
ChromotypeA sheet printed in colors by any process, as a chromolithograph. See Chromolithograph.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
nchromotypeA photo-engraving process for producing images adapted for hand-coloring. The image is printed from a rather thin negative upon a gelatin film sensitized with bichromate of potassium. The film after development is transferred to a sheet of paper. The process is employed chiefly for copying botanical specimens and engravings.
nchromotypeA picture produced by this process.
nchromotypeA sheet of printed matter from types or engraved blocks where a number of forms are used, each one with an ink of a different color, as in chromolithography (which see).
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Chromotypea photographic process by which a coloured impression of a picture is obtained