A Miscellany of Type

A Miscellany of Type, published in 1990 in an edition of 530 copies, marks a high point in the Press’s output. Designed to be enjoyed as much for its content as its typographical displays, the basis for this book is the collection of Monotype faces held by the press.

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Matrix 34

Matrix 34 encompasses a wide variety of topics, united by its primary interest in printing by letterpress, from metal type. This preoccupation can take many forms, and includes this year . . .

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It’s Hard to Tell a Lie

This quotation appeared on James Mosley’s blog, and it appealed to us as Caslon (used here) is our favourite face. 60 copies were printed for the 2009 open day, and for the Caslon Club, an esoteric group whose membership is

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