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Seattle, Wash.




SPECIMENS



COMPRISING A LARGE VARIETY OF

SUPERIOR

COPPER-MIXED

TYPES

RULES, BORDERS, GALLEYS, PRINTING
PRESSES, ELECTRIC WELDED CHASES
PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS, WOOD
GOODS, BOOKBINDING MACHINERY
ETC., TOGETHER WITH VALUABLE
INFORMATION TO THE CRAFT.



SPECIMEN BOOK NO. 9**





BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER

TYPE FOUNDERS

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, U. S. A.



0*.





TO THE TRADE



better evidence is needed of our po-
sition in the van of the great forward
and upward movement in the printing
industry than that disclosed by the con-
tents of this book. A comparison with
our earlier specimens will show the marked advance
we have made in the art of letter designing, and an
examination of our product will prove our progress
in letter founding.

All of this has been possible through the patron-
age of our printer friends to whom we cordially
acknowledge our indebtedness. Without this hearty
support we could not have attained the perfection
we have reached; without it we would have lacked the
incentive that has enabled us to lead our competitors.

In this specimen book we present for the first
time, in a fixed and permanent manner, our latest
and best productions. We are certain that it will
be thoroughly and appreciatively examined, and in-
telligently criticised; that something of the pride we
have in it will be imparted to those interested. But
only ourselves can know the amount of thoughtful
care and sustained effort expended in its production.

Herein we show more faces cast Point-Line,
Point-Set, Point-Body, than can be found in any
specimen book ever issued. Only Superior Copper-
Mixed Metal, the most durable known, is used.

As we lead in Type, so do we lead in the produc-
tion of Chases, Brass Galleys, Electrotypes, Leads,
Slugs and the full line of Printing Supplies.

The Book is a Complete Compendium; the only
book of its kind needed in a printing office; a well-
rounded, instructive, valuable book. We recom-
mend it to the careful study of every printer.

BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER

Chicago. 111.. U. S. A.



THIS SPECIMEN BOOK SUPERSEDES ALL
TYPE BOOKS ISSUED BY US IN THE PAST.




Medal awarded Barnhart Bros. & Spindler, at the World's Columbian Exposition, at Chicago in 1893.



DO NOT MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK
BY CUTTING OUT LINES OF TYPE OR CUTS.
QUOTE ONLY NAME AND NUMBER AND
YOU WILL RECEIVE WHAT YOU ORDER.



POINT-LINE, POINT-SET, POINT BODY

A PERFECT LINING SYSTEM



To our lot as twentieth century type founders has fallen the task of devising and
putting, into practice a lining system which embodies the all-in-all of type founding per-
fection.

The average printer probably does not realize how many different conditions must
be constantly taken into account, and that only' by everlasting vigilance can a lining sys-
tem as perfect as ours be successfully maintained.

Barnhart Bros. & Spindler were the first to use the iteration, Point-Line, Point-Set,
Point-Body, in connection with a lining system. What more appropriate words could
have been employed? Soon after the adoption of the Point-Body system, we inaugur-
ated a self-justifying system of cast type faces, which was introduced to the public as
Point-Set; naturally when we established our lining system we added to the iteration,
Point-Body and Point-Set, the word Point-Line. Let us consider carefully the integral
features of a perfect lining system:

POINT-LINE

Faces are cast upon the following three well-known lines:

UNlFORM-LlNE: The line upon which is cast all roman and old style body and book faces, leaders,
and the majority of job faces, is so devised that the proper relative proportion between ascending and de-
scending letters may be cast with a minimum of kerns. All Uniform-Line cast faces line with one another,
body for body, and all inter-body faces may be lined together by the use of point lead and slug justification.
Uniform-Line was so devised that in the majority of inter-body linings, the two-point lead or multiple of same
could be employed. Uniform-Line permits the casting, entirely upon the body, of the same proportionate
length of descender in the larger bodies as in the smaller bodies.

CAP-LlNE: The line upon which is cast all title, two-line, and other faces when no lower case accom-
panies. Upon examination of the line chart on opposite page, it will be seen that the faces in the several
groups of bodies, viz: 36-point and smaller, 42 to 66- point inclusive, and 72 to 108-point inclusive, all line
with each other at the bottom without justification, and any face in any one group may be lined with any face
in any other group with the use of a two-point lead or multiple thereof.

TEXT-LlNE: A line placed higher upon the body, permitting a variation in the proportion of the
ascending and descending letters. All Scripts and Texts and such faces which are now in vogue with the
long descending letters, are cast upon the Text-Line. The Text-Line in each body is two points, or a mul-
tiple of two points, above the Uniform-Line, thus simplifying inter-linings between the Text and Uniform-
Line cast faces.

POINT-SET

Point-Set cast type, in connection with our system of Point-Set cast spaces, quads
and accurately cut leads, slugs, brass and copper thin spaces, all unite to form a simple
system of justification.

POINT-BODY

Under this head are to be classified the following component features:

FlRST: The metal which should combine the following essential qualities: Lightness, Toughness,
Hardness and Durability. Superior Copper-Mixed combines the above features perfectly.

SECOND: Accuracy as to body and height are items of very great importance. Since the introduction
of the Point-Line, Point-Set, Point-Body Lining System, we have redoubled our efforts to secure the highest
degree of accuracy by the inauguration of the most rigid system of inspection ever attempted by any type founder.

THIRD: Depth of counter a detail in the cutting of type faces, so little taken into account by many
type founders. Our faces are cut the deepest, thus insuring the depth of counter so essential to the life of
type. Without deep cut counters, good stereotyping and electrotyping can not be expected. Deep counters
do away with the filling up of type on long press runs.



POINT-LINE, POINT-SET, POINT-BODY 3 QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED






Grand Prix and Medal awarded Barnhart Bros. & Spindler at the Paris Exposition held in 1900.



BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S



SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



GENERAL INFORMATION



HOW TO ORDER GOODS.

By observing the following rules in making up orders
customers will avoid annoyance and delay.

CREDIT. If you have had no previous dealings with us
supply us with available references, and then allow us
sufficient time to obtain from them information as to
your financial standing. If. being unknown to us, you
desire immediate shipment of goods, accompany your
order with a remittance covering the same, or enough
money to cover express charges both ways, when we will
send C. O. D.

TERMS. Instead of asking our best terms on time, if
you will indicate amount of cash you can pay down
and the shortest time in which you can pay the balance,
business will be facilitated, and a conclusion arrived at
in much less time than if you write to learn the best we
can do. You best know your circumstances and re-
sources.

BE EXPLICIT. In ordering goods explicitness is es-
sential. Order every article by its name and number
as given in the specimen book, and we will have no diffi-
culty in understanding just what you want. "Send me
one font of 8-Point Modern Gothic," is better than say-
ing "Send me a font of 8 point Gothic shown on page
278 of your Specimen Book." In the first instance we
know at a glance just what you want; in the last we
must refer to the catalogue before booking the order.
Above all things never mutilate a specimen book, as it
necessitates looking up and locating every item. Refer
to some previous invoice, and obtain your "cue" from it.
A specimen book is expensive, and a mutilated one is
practically worthless. Take one line of your paper for
each item ordered.

OPENING INVOICES. Don't allow your purchases to lie
around the office days before checking up your bill. In
justice to the type founder, goods should be checked
when opened, and if any omissions occur, prompt
notice should be given.

PROOFS OF JOB FONTS. Always take a proof of each
job font before laying, to satisfy yourself if any sort is
missing, and also hold the proper person responsible if
letters are thrown in the wrong box a thing often done,
and then the innocent type founder is unjustly berated.
In making claims for shortages in such cases be sure to
accompany your letter with the proofs before men-
tioned.

SHIPMENTS.

Where shipping instructions are omitted, we will
exercise our own best judgment. Customers occasion-
ally order small articles, such as a single font, sent by
freight; shipments so made are likely to be lost in tran-
sit, and entail extraordinary expenses for drayage
charges, etc. When a shipment will weigh less than
twenty pounds we advise express shipment. After goods
have been properly despatched, whether by mail, ex-



press or freight, the law holds that they are at the pur-
chaser's risk. We cannot hold ourselves responsible for
any delay or miscarriage, unless the fault is ours, but
we will always aid the customer to recover.

SMALL PACKAGES BY EXPRESS. The express compan-
ies allow on all small prepaid packages a special rate.
If the package weighs 15 ounces or less, it may be sent
for 15 cents; west of the Rocky Mountains the minimum
charge is 35 cents; if more than 15 ounces add one cent
per ounce. If you wrsh your package sent by express
prepaid remit the charges with the order.

GOODS BY MAIL. If money is remitted for any article
to be sent by mail a sufficient sum should be enclosed, in
addition to cost of article, to pay postage. Purchasers
should remember that the post-office authorities give no
scripts for merchandise, consequently all shipments
sent this way are at purchaser's risk.

WHY SHIPMENTS ARE DELAYED. Every order received
by us is supposed to be filled without unnecessary delay.
Many times the demand for type of certain styles is so
large that we are unable to keep it in stock. Sometimes
orders call for goods of outside manufacture, which we
must order.

When an order calls for Wood Type, a delay of six to
ten days in its filling is unavoidable, since these goods
are seldom carried in stock even by the manufacturers.
Sorts, in many cases, are cast to order and sometimes,
though rarely with us, are cause for a delay in a ship-
ment. Unless we receive instructions to the contrary,
we usually hold an order until we can fill it complete.

MACHINE REPAIRS.

MACHINERY REPAIRS are not ordinarily carried in
stock, but for standard machinery we can easily procure
them without much delay. If you want repairs for a
machine of old pattern, or one not in general use, it is
always best to send us the broken part with the order
In all cases give the size, number and maker of press.

OLD METAL.

Old Type, (unmixed with other metals) electrotypes
stereotypes and brass, delivered at our foundry will be
taken at current prices in exchange for new type.

Old type should be securely boxed and plainly directed
to the founder, and shippers name placed on lower left
hand corner of the box. The shipper should promptly
notify the founder of shipment, and furnish net weight
of same. Old type, electrotypes, stereotypes and brass
should never be mixed together as a seperate value at-
taches to each. Always ship as "old metal," and thus
save expensive freight charges.

Type melted and run together, zinc plates, metal con-
taining zinc or type and other plates mixed with zinc
plates will not be taken at any price.

Plate matter and plate bases furnished printers by
Newspaper Unions- will not be taken at any price.



POINT-LINE, POINT-SET, POINT-BODY



QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



GENERAL




INFORMATION



BODY ITALIC FONTS

Body Italic fonts are cast to regular scheme and sold
in 5 pound fonts or multiples thereof, excepting 5, 5$, 6
and 7-point, which are sold in 2i pound fonts or multiples
thereof.

Body Italic fonts are put up in two packages, Lower
case and Points in one and Caps, Points and Figures in
another.

Body Italic fonts sold at First Class rate per pound.



JOB FONTS OF SPACES AND QUADS



Put up in packages weighing as follows:


SIZE


WEIGHT


SIZE


WEIGHT


SIZE


WEIGHT




LBS


oz




LBS


oz


LBS


OZ


3 Point






10 Point




3 .


36


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2


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3 Point






11 Point




2}


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2


6


4 Point






12 Point


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14 Point




6


51


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16 Point




14


60


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1


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18 Point


1


14


66 Point


3


12


6 Point





15


20 Point


1


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72


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7 Point


1


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24 Point


1


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84


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26 Point


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cepting Scripts.


Justifiers for Typewriters put up in


1 and 5 pound


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PRICE LIST OF QUADS


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The list prices on all spaces, en spaces and justifiers
less than 1-em body of 18 point and smaller, will be the
regular Body weight price and discount; 20 point and
larger, 40 cents per pound less prevailing discount.

JOB TYPE FONTS

All of the fonts shown in this specimen book are
put up in accordance with the standard scheme of A's
printed on page 8.

For the convenience of the printer, we have divided
all job fonts into separate parts; the lower case and a
proportionate amount of points in one part, and the caps,
points and figures in another part.



Job Type weight fonts do not contain spaces and
quads.

Job Type Accents when ordered with the font will be
charged^at the same rate per pound as the font. When
ordered separately they will be treated as sorts.

HOW TO ORDER SORTS

The following table shows what each box in the type
case will hold and will be found useful in ordering sorts;

acdhimnorst u 2 pounds

e 3 pounds

b f g 1 p v w y and comma 15 ounces

kjqxz.:;-'!?ffflffl and all figures... 6 ounces
Caps, Small Caps and side sorts ,. 5 ounces

A pair of News Cases holds 50 pounds of type, an Italic
or Job Case holds 25 pounds.

APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF WORDS IN A
SQUARE INCH

In calculating the number of pages a manuscript will
occupy, the following table giving number of words to
the square inch, may be found useful.



5 Point, leaded 50

5 Point, -solid 69

6 Point, leaded 34

6 Point, solid.... .47

7 Point, leaded 27

7 Point, solid 38

8 Point, leaded 23

8 Point, solid 32

9 Point, leaded .. ...21



9 Point, solid 28

10 Point, leaded 16

10 Point, solid. .21

11 Point, leaded 14

11 Point, solid.. 17

12 Point, leaded 11

12 Point, solid 14

14 Point, solid - -11

18 Point, solid... .. 7



2 point leads used as a basis in above table.

ESTIMATE WEIGHT OF BODY TYPE

To ascertain the quantity of plain type required for a
newspaper or magazine, or any other work, find the
number of square inches and divide the same by four,
the quotient will be the approximate weight of matter;
but as it is impossible to set the cases entirely clear, it is
necessary to add 25 per cent, to large fonts and 33 per
cent, to small fonts, to allow for dead letter. The aver-
age weight of 12 inches of solid matter set in 13 ems pica
measure is 6% pounds; if leaded it will weigh about 5J^
pounds. A single column of six column folio, solid, will
weigh about 10^, pounds, requiring about 13 pounds of
type, while the same length column leaded with 2 point
leads will contain but 7% pounds solid matter, requiring
about 10 pounds to set the same.

NUMBER OF EMS IN ONE POUND OF TYPE

Four square inches (two by two inches) solid type
weighs approximately one pound.



5 Point 829 ems

5y s Point 686 ems

6 Point 576 ems

7Point.... 423 ems

SPoint..- ..-324 ems



9 Point 256 ems

10 Point 207 ems

11 Point 171 ems

12Point... ...144 ems



BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S



SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



GENERAL




INFORMATION



BODY TYPE WEIGHT FONTS



Body Type Weight Fonts consist of all Roman, Old
Style and German faces advertised as body type, 18
point and smaller, also the following special faces in
the same bodies:



Authors Roman
Authors Roman Wide
Barnhart Old Style
Barnhart Old Style No. 2
Caslon Old Roman
Caslon Old Style
Elzevir No. 5



French Old Style No. 3

Lining Fifteenth Century

Mission

Old Roman Black

Old Roman Bold

Old Roman Condensed

Paragon



Body Type Fonts, cast to regular scheme are put
up in fonts of 25, 50 and 100 pounds or multiples thereof.
If a customer orders lower case for say 25, 50 or 100 pound
fonts, he will get lower .case and the necessary points.
No figures, spaces or quads will be included with such an
order unless specified.

Parts of Body Type Fonts cast to regular scheme
sold in the following sub-divisions, provided no charac-
ters are omitted.

Cap fonts in 254 "pounds or multiples thereof

Small Cap fonts " % " " '

Pointfonts " l r ' a

Figure fonts " 1

Lower-Case fonts 14}J "

Space fonts.. ' 254

Quad fonts " 254 "



Auxiliaries for Body Type Fonts will not be sent
unless specially ordered, and as given below are the
smallest quantities put up. By ordering them in their
regular packages you will save extra charge.

Braces and Dashes. in 1 pound or multiples thereof

References and Indices. " 54 " "

Fractions " 1 " "

Commercial Marks " 1

Leaders in 3 and 5 pound font assortments or multi-
ples thereof.

Logotypes for Mailing Type, in 2 and 5 pound font
assortments or multiples thereof.

Italics are not furnished with Body Type unless
specially ordered.

Accents for Body Type when furnished with regular
fonts will be sold at same price per pound as the font.
When ordered separately they will be treated as sorts.

When ordering sorts always enclose a cap "H" and
lower case "m" (as little worn as possible) of the type
you wish to match, and plainly state the amount of each
character wanted; also give name or number or both,
and size of body of face desired.

When sending samples always be sure they are en-
closed with order. The failure of samples to reach us
causes delay in filling orders.

Mailing Type sold at same price per pound as Body
Type.



SCHEME FOR BODY TYPE AND AUXILIARIES



SCHEME FOR 100 POUNDS BODY TYPE.




AUXILIARIES

MINIMUM FONTS

These auxiliaries are not
furnished except on special
order.


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POINT-LINE, POINT-SET, POINT-BODY



QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



JOB FONT




SCHEMES



Lower Case Scheme



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