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Who is Ottmar Mergenthaler?

What is 1892?

What is a frisket?

What is a Gordon?

Who is Bi Sheng?

What is Letterpress Things?

What is Kelsey?

What is Alembic Press?

What is .918?

What is an imposing stone?

What is Briar Press?

What is The Amalgamated Printers’ Association (or APA)?

What is a pica gauge?

What is the "en" or "nut" quad?

What is the Bay Psalm Book?

What is Circuitous Route?

What is the nick?

What is a Windmill?

What is a hell-bucket?

Who is Johann Fust?

Who is Aldus Manuitius?

What is a Pearl?

What is a Kelly?

Who is George Bruce?

What is Park Avenue?

If you own one, you may have a gem of wisdom.

This moneylender loaned Johannes Gutenberg 800 gilders to support his early printing endeavors.

 

Spare him the PageMaker manutiae.

You don't need to go to Holland to see this prince of a press from Heidelberg.

 

The groove across the front side, or belly, of a single type.

The year that American Type Founders (ATF) was created as a business trust created by the merger of 23 type foundries.

It is proudly introducing the bleeding-edge world of personalized destop publishing circa 1820.

This piece of spacing material is one-half as wide as the em quad.

This design came to its eponymous owner in a dream as a revelation from Benjamin Franklin.

Its distinctive lower case "e" makes this font a highly recognizab;e 20th Century script.

 

It has lots of things, but you'll have to go elsewhere for chick peas.

You don't have to be in Colorado to find this number, which is equivalent to American type-high.

An English venture, this website is the definitive source for information about typecase lays from more than 20 countries and hundred of type case variations.

Sometimes called called the second Gutenberg because his invention of the linotype machine could easily and quickly set complete lines of type.

A recepticle for lead, antimony and tin destined for Hades.

This holy tract was the first book to be published in the United States of America, in 1640.

Scottish immigrant who was the first American to receive a design patent for a font of type.

Don't call it a ruler.

This line of cylinder presses had models of "A," "B," and "C," as well as "The Clipper."

Chinese inventor of the first known movable type technology.

Find the latest Wayzgoose and sign up to exchange your letterpress printing and information on sources of equipment and better printing practices with other members.

You may go around and around but the path will take you to interesting places and plenty of downloadables.

A line of presses an assorted printing sundries available by mail in the U.S. from the 1870s until the early 1990s.

A standard part of most early presses and a technique used to keep unwanted ink off of finished pieces, it rhymes with biscuit.

Usually made of stone or steel, it is the surface on which a form is arranged.


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Chinese inventor of the first known movable type technology.

Who is Bi Sheng?

Spare him the PageMaker manutiae.

Who is Aldus Manuitius?

Sometimes called called the second Gutenberg because his invention of the linotype machine could easily and quickly set complete lines of type.

Who is Ottmar Mergenthaler?

This moneylender loaned Johannes Gutenberg 800 gilders to support his early printing endeavors.

 

Who is Johann Fust?

Scottish immigrant who was the first American to receive a design patent for a font of type.

Who is George Bruce?

A line of presses an assorted printing sundries available by mail in the U.S. from the 1870s until the early 1990s.

What is Kelsey?

If you own one, you may have a gem of wisdom.

What is a Pearl?

This design came to its eponymous owner in a dream as a revelation from Benjamin Franklin.

What is a Gordon?

You don't need to go to Holland to see this prince of a press from Heidelberg.

 

What is a Windmill?

This line of cylinder presses had models of "A," "B," and "C," as well as "The Clipper."

What is a Kelly?

It is proudly introducing the bleeding-edge world of personalized destop publishing circa 1820.

What is Briar Press?

It has lots of things, but you'll have to go elsewhere for chick peas.

What is Letterpress Things?

You may go around and around but the path will take you to interesting places and plenty of downloadables.

What is Circuitous Route?

Find the latest Wayzgoose and sign up to exchange your letterpress printing and information on sources of equipment and better printing practices with other members.

What is The Amalgamated Printers’ Association (or APA)?

An English venture, this website is the definitive source for information about typecase lays from more than 20 countries and hundred of type case variations.

What is Alembic Press?

Its distinctive lower case "e" makes this font a highly recognizab;e 20th Century script.

 

What is Park Avenue?

You don't have to be in Colorado to find this number, which is equivalent to American type-high.

What is .918?

The groove across the front side, or belly, of a single type.

What is the nick?

This piece of spacing material is one-half as wide as the em quad.

What is the "en" or "nut" quad?

The year that American Type Founders (ATF) was created as a business trust created by the merger of 23 type foundries.

What is 1892?

Don't call it a ruler.

What is a pica gauge?

Usually made of stone or steel, it is the surface on which a form is arranged.

What is an imposing stone?

A recepticle for lead, antimony and tin destined for Hades.

What is a hell-bucket?

A standard part of most early presses and a technique used to keep unwanted ink off of finished pieces, it rhymes with biscuit.

What is a frisket?

This holy tract was the first book to be published in the United States of America, in 1640.

What is the Bay Psalm Book?