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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.

William Caslon – A specimen of printing types (1785)

Envelopes lined up on the printing press to get embellished by our old Heidelberg and our amazing shop man Russ.

From the February 19th, 1897 publication of "The Navy and Army Illustrated," a remarkable photo by J. Thompson of a military field print shop.

Ladies Who Letterpress

Huldra Press - Philadelphia

This reminds me of my grandfather's printing press.

Vista de la minerva de plato, modelo «Boston», de uno de los chivaletes y de lo que parece un comodín para blancos.

greenboathouse press- inside the studio #letterpress

Johannes Gutenberg. (c. 1398 – 3 de febrero de 1468) fue un orfebre alemán, inventor de la imprenta de tipos móviles moderna (hacia 1450). Su mejor trabajo fue la Biblia de 42 líneas.