Never seen it. Very interesting!
What I know and somehow is related to it are the editions of the "Agfacolor" book by Berger which all contain a print on Agfacolor paper.
I guess I somewhere got a technical photo-book containing a positive transparency.
But a book containing a negative as educational sample is new to me.
However one dustcover for the Berger book bears a photograph of a woman doing her make up in front of a mirror. One of the two images of her is positive the other negative. An intriguing photo-montage.
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