The paper that poisoned its printers
IT WAS a lovely idea: for the coronation of Queen Victoria on June 28th 1838, an entrepreneur thought a paper printed in golden-hued ink would make for a lucrative keepsake. The Sun partnered with this businessman, Thomas de la Rue, a printer who also dabbled in making straw hats and paper bonnets.
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