This 1870s lithograph from an unidentified gazetteer for the state of Pennsylvania shows the interior of the printing office of "The Review and Examiner" newspaper, published in Washington, Pennsylvania, just south of Pittsburgh. The men in aprons and dapper hats run the presses, fold pages, and move trays of type in the tidy (and unbelievably clean) press room.
A Printer's Workshop, 1642, Copper engraving by Abraham Bosse, French engraver (b. 1602, Paris, d. 1676, Paris), Museum het Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam.)
Nearly 300 spectacular photographs of Londons lost buildings from the London Metropolitan Archive in Panoramic format. Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buidings, s
Plate 11: Book printer; in the foreground, back view of a man working by a printing press, printed sheets drying on strings stretched across the ceiling; customers buying books at the counter at right middle ground; cityscape seen through the open door at right background. 1695.
Printing press (woodcut)
Carlos III, el rey impresor
Letter press, illustration by Vittorio Zonca from 'Novo Teatro di Machine et Edificii' (1607).