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  • n. Plural form of letterpress.


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  • Unfortunately, our letterpresses remain a few miles away from us in a garage.

    The Design Factory: by guest Angela Hardison

  • The thought of sending it out to publishers was daunting, so I thought I would do another book in all woodcuts, and print it myself on hand cranked letterpresses.

    Author/Illustrator Interview: Keith Patterson

  • I struggled to do that for many years, before POD technology existed, using letterpresses and hand set type.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Coaxing an Antique Press to 'Kiss the Page' time he takes his foot off the treadle at one of the antique letterpresses at Bowne and Company Stationers at the South - Articles related to Malaysia: Government Appeals Ruling on 'Allah' Use

  • The two letterpresses Coughlin uses the most are machines manufactured in 1910 and

  • Lined up side by side in his print shop in this tiny Bayfield County community on the shore of Lake Superior are eight letterpresses and one offset press dating from the 1880s to the

  • With his bushy mustache, cap and long denim apron, Nick Baute looks right at home working his circa-1900 letterpresses with his foot on the treadle.


  • • THE CURATOR: female anatomy letterpresses, art questions, trashy club wear, Lord Whimsy at

    The Clog

  • In the last hundred years, the newspaper has bought five presses and has moved from messy hot-lead linotype and letterpresses to sophisticated offset printing and automated plate-making.

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  • What started as two people who love books and letterpresses and the art of creating literary works has become the Western New York Book Arts Collaborative (WNYBAC).

    Buffalo Rising


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