Spacing Material


6-, 3- & 2-point leads and ems, end, thicks, mids & thins in 24-, 18-, 16-, 14-, 12-, & 11-point.

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A Slow Ride to India


Once upon a time it was possible to drive from England to India, in the days when there was a Shah in Persia and a King in Afghanistan, and the Khyber Pass was still negotiable. A succession of Land Rovers, VW Campervans, and in one case a Mercedes bus still advertising its destination in Berlin, made the journey in the sixties and early seventies until revolutions and invasions put an end . . .

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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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Van Dijck 14-point Italic


Christoffel Van Dijck, the leading Dutch type founder in the middle of the seventeenth century, followed on from Garamond in developing the Aldine tradition of roman type design.

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Van Dijck 14-point Roman


Christoffel Van Dijck, the leading Dutch type founder in the middle of the seventeenth century, followed on from Garamond in developing the Aldine tradition of roman type design.

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Walbaum 12-point


Monotype Walbaum (Series 374) was cut in 1934. It is surprisingly versatile for a ‘modern’ face, and it appears best on a smooth-surfaced paper. To do it full justice, it needs . . .

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Bell 14-point


John Bell (1745-1831) was the leading journalist and newspaper proprietor, the most courageous bookseller, almost the only publisher of important editions de luxe, and the most influential typographer of his day . . .

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Cochin 14-point italic


The striking appearance of Cochin derives from the lettering used on the steel plates of the French engravers of the eighteenth century, among the most celebrated of whom was Nicolas Cochin (1715-91) . . .

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Cochin 14-point


The striking appearance of Cochin derives from the lettering used on the steel plates of the French engravers of the eighteenth century, among the most celebrated of whom was Nicolas Cochin (1715-91) . . .

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Bembo 14-point Roman


With Bembo (1929), the Monotype Corperation restored to the printer’s typographic heritage the earliest, and undoubtedly the most beautiful, old face design in the history of typography.

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Bodoni 16-point italic


Giambattista Bodoni, born at Saluzzo in 1740, came from a family of printers. He served his apprenticeship in the press of the Propaganda Fide and later . . .

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Bodoni 16-point Roman


Giambattista Bodoni, born at Saluzzo in 1740, came from a family of printers. He served his apprenticeship in the press of the Propaganda Fide and later . . .

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