& Spindler renamed it Pekin and continued production into the early 20th century. But by pure luck one of the font’s two duplicate mats was this character, and the project was completed.Nevertheless, first proof revealed that the matrices were in poor condition; we noted at least seven characters with visible, if minor, flaws.A high point for June was the reception and open house that Skyline threw in honor of visiting New Zealand letterpress artist Terrie Reddish, who was traveling through Arizona to see family.There was a good turnout of local letterpress folk and a fine time was had by all. In the golden age of metal type, the big foundries had entire departments devoted to composing and printing their catalogs.These were top-quality hardbound books displaying not only specimens of all their type faces, but tasteful examples of them as they might be used.The Skyline printing office (equipped with eight platens and three cylinders) produces all our own package labels and specimen cards, as well as promotional handouts and the occasional typographic broadside or pamphlet—but our specimen book, as such, exists only on the web site.There is also a font ornament—it’s a neat little element, but seems rather odd in that while the type face is a chiseled or engraved design, the ornament is clearly calligraphic.
And now back to the task at hand—figuring out how we’ll celebrate International Letterpress Day. This is the only advance notice, so write yourself a reminder! ) the depths of the Charlie Broad Matrix Collection, and this month’s new typographical treasure is Vaudeville in 36 point.51, the full set of 12 Lanston Scissorcut Ornaments. On the restock front, we now have fresh supplies on the shelf of Boston Gothic, Bewick Roman 36pt, Collection No. In a sincere but possibly futile attempt to get ahead of the power curve, a couple of these were actually recast before they sold out.(Yeah, I know, we have 40 other things that ARE sold out–we’re workin’ on it, we’re workin’ on it!Enjoying life happily single, bound to no limits and in a society...Digital technology, specifically smartphones have transformed several aspects of society, including dating.
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