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28-inch, Steam Power 175.00

30-inch, Steam Power 225.00

Special Patented Feed Gauge, extra 30.00




IMPROVED GEM PERFORATOR.

This machine, the Gem Perforator, is perfect in all its parts,
made of the best material, and is the only perforator made which has
hardened and tempered steel dies. The perforations are round, as
on postage stamps. Needles bent by accident or otherwise can be
removed very easily, and others inserted, as the needles are all in-
dependent and are not soldered together a notable fault with other
perforators now in use. When needles are worn too short new ones
can be purchased for fifty cents per hundred from the dealer. One
hundred extra needles, one pair of pliers, one screwdriver, one file
for sharpening needles, and directions for operating, sent with
each perforator. Circular.

15-inch, foot power $40.00

20-inch, foot power 50.00

24-inch, foot power 60.00

28-inch, foot power . 70.00




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BATES TYPOGRAPHIC PERFORATING MACHINES

Models No. 45 and No. 46

This is a machine designed for the purpose
of perforating at the same time as the printing
operation is performed, without, however, injur-
ing the rollers as is the case with the ordinary
steel perforating rule.

The driving head. Model 46, consists of a
metal block in which the plunger and a powerful
spring are mounted. The blades are made in
two and three inch sections which are assembled
in line and connected to the driving head, so that
any length perforation may be obtained; the
driving mechanism being so located in the form that it strikes the tympan beyond the margin of the stock
to be perforated. Dimensions of driving head, 70 x 92 points. Width of perforating blades, 18 points. This
plunger, when at rest, is above " type high, " and as the impression is made, its depression raises the per-
forating blade or blades to a position in which the cutters are slightly more than " type high, " Creasing
or scoring blades may be quickly substituted for perforating blades and used in the same cases with the
same driving head. It may be successfully operated upon either platen or cylinder presses, but upon the
later it is designed to perforate in line or parallel with the cylinder only. It should be borne in mind, that
the character of the perforation is not simply an indentation, but a clean cut, equaling the best pin-hole
perforation which is otherwise only accomplished with the most expensive perforating machines at a sep-
arate operation. Not only is the entire cost of perforating eliminated but the expense and annoyance
caused by the delays invariably associated with a second operation are also overcome. Circular.

Model No. 45 Perforating Blades, 3-inch sections $6.00

Model No. 45 Perforating Blades, 2-inch sections 5.00

Model No. 46 Driving Head 4.00

Scoring Blades, (2-inch or 3-inch interchangeable with perforating blades) 2.50



PROOF PLANERS

Made of Maple, carefully faced with high-priced closely
woven, firm and durable felt.

Proof Planers, 3i x 8 inches $0.60

P^oof Planers. 3} x 8 inches, with leather top 70




PLANERS

Made of the best selected rock maple.




LINOTYPE PLANER

A necessity in every office having linotype
machines. Faced with corrugated rubber, it re-
moves the "whiskers" from linotype slugs without
injury to the face of the type.



Maple, small, 3J x6 inches $0.25

Maple, large, 3i x 8 inches 30

Maple, leather top, 3J x 8 inches 40

Midget Planers. 11 x 3 x li inches 07





Linotype Planers, 3i x 6 inches $0.50



PILOT PRESS

These presses rank as the best of this class in the market, and have
never yet failed to give entire satisfaction. They are time savers, as many
jobs of card or other work can be put on this press and completed in less
time than would be consumed in making ready on ordinary job presses.

The size. &k x 10 inches inside chase, embraces all ordinary commercial
work. Each press is furnished with one set of rollers, wrench and chase.

6* xlO inside chase $35.00

With fountain . . 45.00



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PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS




No. 3 Improved Galley Universal



THE UNIVERSAL PRESSES

New Styles compared with the old style Universals
have heavier shafts, gear wheels, bridges and platens ; great-
er weight, strength and durability; they run faster, easier
and smoother, with an almost noiseless movement; they have
an improved distribution, improved bridge locks, improved
changers, new pattern combination belt shifter and brake, and
the least possible liability to breakage in all parts.

They are adapted to all kinds of work, from the lightest
card work to the heaviest embossing and wood printing. They
are made of the best material, by skilled workmen, from new
patterns , with new machinery and special tools, and challenge
comparison with any presses ever made, in all the qualities
required for perfect printing machinery.

Description of the Three Styles and List Prices

Quarto Medium Universals are equipped with five cast iron
chases, one roller mold (for which a set of cast rollers or two cast
iron chases will be substituted, if preferred), six form roller stocks,
four distributor roller stocks, two ductor roller stocks, six largre
and six small roller wheels, two iron lateral distributors, two feed
tables, three wrenches and treadle fixtures (for which two cast
iron chases will be substituted, if preferred. The same parts are
included with the Half Medium, except chases, and one steel chase
and three cast iron chases are supplied; with the Half Super Royal,
Styles No. 1, 2, and 3 two steel chases and two cast iron chases are
supplied; with the Super Royal, Style No. 4, five steel chases are
supplied. No treadle fixtures are supplied with any of the styles of
Half Super Royal, Half Medium, except an additional charge. All
Quarto Medium Presses have the single adjuster latch.



Style No. 1

This is the regular press, adapted for general commercial letter-press work.
Quarto Medium, 10x15 inside chase, shipping weight 1,900 pounds $350.00



Half Medium, 13x19
Half Super Royal, 14x22



2,700
2,850



450.0O
515.0O



Style No. 2

This style differs from the No. 1 in that it is heavier and stronger in its general build, having a much
heavier platen and a heavier fly-wheel for " carrying over " on a more powerful impression. It also has the
steel section welded into the rim of the large gear wheel, in which are formed the teeth which are in
engagement with the teeth of the driving pinion during the time of the impression.

The Style No. 2 is equipped with our new style double rolling device, which lifts one of the form rollers
clear of the form on the downward movement of the carriage, by means of latches, which drop automatically,
as the rollers leave the distributing cylinders, and hold one roller off the form by supporting its journal boxes.
When the roller carriage passes the lower edge of form, the latches are released by pins coming in
contact with stops on frame of press and the roller with a fresh supply of ink, passes over the form, on the
upward movement.

Half Medium, 13x 19 inside chase, shipping weight 2,750 pounds $500.0O

Half Super Royal, 14x22 " " 2,900 " 575.00

Style No. 3, Combination "A"

For letterpress printing of the highest grade, cold embossing, stamping and all work that can be
executed on a platen set to print at the height of type.

uarto Medium, 10 x 15 inside chase, shipping weight 2,000 pounds $450.00
alf Medium, 13x19 " " 2,900 " 600.00

Half Super Royal, 14x22 " " 3,100 " 650.0O

Style No. 3, Combination "B"

For letterpress printing and (in addition to all work that can be done on Combination A) book-cover
inlaying, and cutting and creasing. This combination is fitted with a movable I inch steel platen plate and
a movable 4 inch brass platen plate, the latter for use in cutting and creasing.

Quarto Medium, 10x15 inside chase, shipping weight 2,000 pounds $470.00

Half Medium, 13x19 " " 2,900 " 626.00

Half Super Royal, 14x22 " " 3,100 ' % 676.00

Style No. 3, Combination "C"

For letterpress printing and hot embossing (in addition to all work that can be done on Combinations
A and B). This combination is fitted with a steam-blank, i inch thick, a movable 4 inch steel plate for same,
a movable i inch steel platen plate, a movable i inch brass platen plate and two cast-iron platen plates.

Half Medium, 13x 19 inside chase, shipping weight 2,900 pounds $738.00

Half Super Royal, 14x22 " " ' 3,100 " 800.00



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Style No. 3, Combination "D"

For letterpress printing, printing on wood (not exceeding 1 inch in thickness), and cold embossing.
This combination is fitted with a I inch movable cast-iron platen blank, a movable i inch steel platen plate,
and a movable 4 inch brass platen plate, the latter for use in cutting and creasing.

Quarto Medium, 10 x 15 inside chase, shipping weight 2,000 pounds $474.00

Half Medium, 13x19 " " 2,900 " 629.00

Half Super Royal, 14x22 " " 3,100 " 679.00

Style No. 3, Combination "E"

For letter-press printing, printing on wood (not exceeding 1 inch in thickness), hot embossing, and all
work that can be done on Combination A, B, and C. This combination is fitted with steam blank and pipe
connection, J-inch movable cast-iron platen blank, one .405-inch movable cast-iron platen blank, i-inch
steel platen plate, a movable steel plate on steam blank, and a movable i-inch brass platen plate.

Half Medium, 13x19 inside chase, shipping weight 2,900 pounds $738.00

Half Super Royal, 14x22 " " 3,100 " 800.00

Style No. 4

To meet the demand of those printers who require a larger press than the 14 x 22 inches ; to publishers
using ready prints, in small towns, for one-page work : blank-book makers and others, who do not have
constant need for a cylinder press, we offer the Style No. 4 Universal. This press is built in one size only
17 x 25 inches inside chase, on new lines, and no expense has been spared in this new production. The
frame is of a solid, modern design and is proportionately heavier than the 14 x 22 inches; the bridge, fly-
wheel, hook connection and cam lever are heavier; the cam-way in the large gear wheel is of an improved
design, requiring a larger friction roller ; the gear wheel has the steel section in the rim like the Style
No. 2 and Style No. 3 Universals; the carriage ways are of a new design, the carriage slot being per-
pendicular its full length; an adjustable counterweight to balance the weight of the carriage, when
carrying one, two or three form rollers is a new feature ; this press has the long pinion shaft with the
outside floor support like the Style No. 3 Universal and the new style double inking device without
springs is a part of the regular equipment.

Style No. 4, 17 x 25 inches inside chase, shipping weight 3,300 pounds $600.00

Electric Welded Silver-Gloss Steel Chases furnished as follows;



SIZE


THE FOLLOWING DEDUCTION WILL BE
MADE FROM THE NET PRICE OF PRESS


THE FOLLOWING CHARGE WILL BE
ADDED TO THE NET PRICE OF PRESS


THE FOLLOWING CHARGE WILL BE
ADDED TO THE NET PRICE OF PRESS




NEW CAST IRON CHASES.


USUAL 3 NEW CAST. IRON CHASES.


USUAL 3 NEW CAST IRON CHASES.


Quarter medium, 10x15
Half medium, 13x19


$1.33
1.23


$3.35
4.30


$ 8.02
9.82


Half Super Royal, 14x22. . . .


.59


4.07


10.23



We do not guarantee or recommend cast iron chases for job presses.

UNIVERSAL EMBOSSING MACHINE.

No. 1, 21ix22 inch bed, 18 x20 inside chase $800.0O

No. 2, 24x26 " " 221x241 ' " 900.00

UNIVERSAL STAMPING PRESS.

This is a very heavy, powerful press, built especially for stamping book covers, and making signs and
photo mounts.

No. 3, size of bed 24x26 inches $1600.00

For hot work, steam blank 150.00

For hot work, gas blank 2OO.OO



UNIVERSAL CUTTERS AND CREASERS.



No. 1,
No. It,
No. 2,
No. 3,
No. 4,



size of bed, 22 x31| inches 20 x30

" " " 24ix311 inches 22ix30i

" " " 25 x33 inches 23ix31

" " " 27ix41i inches 27x40

" " " 31 x45Hnches 30 x44



inside chase, shipping weight 4,800 pounds.

4,900 " .

" " " 5,100 " .

" " " 4i 6,500

" 7,400



.$ 700. OO
. 800.00
. 900.00
. 1200.0O
. 1400.00



Each press is furnished with a steel platen plate, i inch thick, (or a brass plate, if preferred,) three
chases, two feed tables, power fixtures on press, brake and one wrench.



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PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



CHANDLER & PRICE PRESS

The Chandler & Price is heavier and stronger than any
other Gordon press, but is constructed upon scientific lines
and principles that insure its running easily, quietly and as
quickly, as it is possible to feed, without racking or undue
wear. The side-arms and shaft are of forged steel. The
throw-off is instantaneous, positive and easy to operate, with-
out springs, clamps, or catches. The depressible grippers can
not get beneath the rollers. The chase clamp is positive and
instantaneous. The distribution is unequaled. The horizontal
platen, with long rest, insures speed and ease in-feeding. In
short, the Chandler & Price press is the standard of excel-
lence in Gordon presses. That it is the cheapest in the long
run is proved by the thousands in successful use for many
years. Every press is given an expert's severe test before
leaving the factory. This test of the complete machine, after
the rigid scrutiny of all parts during their making, is the
good reason why not one press out of more than 23,000 has
been found defective in material or make. It is better to de-
tect than to have to correct. Circular.

7x11 inside chase, weight 1,000 Ibs $150.00

8 x 12 inside chase, weight 1,200 Ibs 165.00

10 x 15 inside chase, weight 1,800 Ibs 250.00

12 x 18 inside chase, weight 2,500 Ibs 300.00

14 x 20 inside chase, weight 3,000 Ibs 400.00

14i x 22 inside chase, weight 3,100 Ibs 450.00

Steam fixtures 15.00

Buckeye fountain 10.00

Chandler & Price fountain 20.00

Each press is furnished with throw-off, depressible grippers three chases, a brayer, two wrenches, two sets of
roller stocks, a treadle, and one roller mold.

Electric-Welded Silver-Gloss Steel Chases furnished as follows:




NET EXTRA CHARGE FOR ONE ELECTRIC NET EXTRA CHARGE FOR TWO ELECTRIC
j WELDED CHASE INSTEAD OF THE | WELDED CHASES INSTEAD OF THE



NET EXTRA CHARGE FOR THREE ELEC-
TRIC WELDED CHASES INSTEAD OF THE





' USUAL 3 NEW CAST IRON CHASES.


USUAL 3 NEW CAST IRON CHASES.


USUAL 3 NEW CAST IRON CHASES.


7 xll


$3.62


$ 7.87


$12.12


8 x!2


3.62


7.87


12.12


10 x!5


3.77


8.45


13.12


12 x!8


4.17


9..70


15.22


14 x20


4.60


10.76


16.92


14ix22


4.57


10.73


16.89



We do not guarantee or recommend cast iron chases for job presses.

WASHINGTON HAND PRESS

Printers who have been accustomed to using the
Washington Hand Press will appreciate the radical im-
provements made in the press which we offer to the
trade. It is made from new patterns, and all parts are
interchangeable. The platen is strengthened by trans-
verse ribs, and the bed is made heavier, to resist the force
of the impression and make it uniform at all p'oints. The
lever support is strengthened by a brace extending up-
ward against the frame. The bed trucks are stronger,
and the studs, steps and points are all of steel, hardened.
Circular.

PLATEN BED WEIGHT PRICE

6-col. folio.... 21 X30....25 x 34. .. .1,675 Ibs $200.00

7-col. folio.... 23 X35....27 x 39. .. .1,850 Ibs 225.00

8-col. folio.... 25 X38....29 x 42. . ..2,275 Ibs 250.00

9-col. folio. . . .28* x 43. . . .3H x 47. . . .2,850 Ibs 275.00

6-col. qto 29 x 43. . . .32i x 48. . . .2,950 Ibs 300.00

Price includes one screw wrench, one ink brayer, one pair
bearers, and ink slice; also boxing- and cartage. Extra bearers
per pair, 50 cents. Extra friskets, $3.50 to $6.00.

As a rule we can supply second-hand Washington
Hand Presses of all sizes on demand.




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CHALLENGE-GORDON PRESS

Recent patented improvements place this in the front rank of job
presses. The patented impression throw-off is the only device that holds
the eccentric shaft absolutely stationary both on and off the impression.
The ink disc is large, and noiseless in operation, is highly polished,
easily cleaned and no grooves to harbor dirt; this is
especially desirable for color printing-. The platen is
counter balanced, prevents wear on cam and cam roller.
In presses with this improvement in use five years the
cams are as perfect as the day they left the factory.
The platen of 10 x 15 and smaller sizes have extra heavy truss
ribs in center; the 12 x 18, 13 x 19 and 14 x 20 have five impres-
sion screws; the 14i x 22 has six insures a rigid and true
impression. Gear wheels are extra wide and the cam-way
and cam roller are broad, giving extra strength and wear-
ing surface. The cam roller and stud are made of tool steel,
tempered and ground to micrometer gauge. Patented depres-
sible gripper-bar and grippers are the simplest and best. The

I bar is malleable iron, with groove to hold grippers, prevents

JQ HlVJB swinging and injury to forms. The grippers are slotted for

[email protected]|jH use on close margins. Forged steel crank-shafts and connecting rods

SJB J^^. t^pBlfc- on a ll sizes. The 12 x 18 and all larger sizes have cut steel pinions, also
^^^tf new style folding feedboard. Instantaneous chase lock fastens or

releases the chase without soiling the fingers. Each press is supplied
with foot brake and gauge pin holder. All bearings are carefully
fitted, hence smooth, easy running and perfect in every movement.
This is the secret of accurate register for which the/ noiseless Chal-
lenge Gordon is noted. Circular.

Eighth Medium, 8 x 12 inside chase, weight 1,040 Ibs $165.00

Quarter Medium, 10 x 15 inside chase, weight 1,660 Ibs 250.00

Quarter Medium (large), 12 x 18 inside chase, weight 2,500 Ibs ... 300.00

Half Medium, 13 x 19 inside chase, weight 2,650 Ibs 350.00

Half Medium, (large) , 14 x 20 inside chase, weight 2,800 Ibs -~r 400.00

Half Super Royal, 14i x 22 inside chase, weight 2,900 Ibs 450.00

Challenge Speed Treadle for 8 x 12 only ." 15.00

Side Steam Fixtures, extra ^ .-tfc. . 15.00

Three chases, foot brake, gauge pin box, gripper and impression wrench, three cast rollers, oe/bcayer with
cast roller and three roller stocks furnished with each press.




Electric-Welded Silver-Gloss Steel Chases furnished as follows:



.*'



SIZE


NET EXTRA CHARGE FOR ONE ELECTRIC
WELDED CHASE INSTEAD OF THE
USUAL 3 NEW CAST IRON CHASES.


NET EXTRA CHARGE FOR TWO ELECTRIC
WELDED CHASES INSTEAD OF THE
USUAL 3 NEW CAST IRON CHASES.


NET EXTRA CHARGE FOR THREE ELEC-
TRIC WELDED CHASES INSTEAD OF THE
USUAL 3 NEW CAST IRON-CHASES.


8 x!2
10 x!5
12 x!8
13 x!9
14 x20
14ix22


$3.62
3.77
4.17
4.02
4.60
4.57


$ 7.87
8.45
9.70
9.55
10.76
10.73


$12.12
13.12
15.22
15.07
16.92
16.89



We do not guarantee or recommend cast iron chases for job presses.



j> B. B. &-S. PRESS BRAKE

For all Gordon and Other Presses

*A simple, durable and effective Job Press Brake. Made of
cast iron. Easily attached to any platen press. Belt can be
run on fly wheel if desired. Stops press instantly, thus avoid-
ing accidents and expensive repairs. A trial is the most con-
vincing argument.

Size No. 1 Shipping weight 18i Ibs., fits 7x11. 8x12 Gordons $5.00

Size No. 2 Shipping weight 21 Ibs., fits 9x13, 10x15 Gordons 5.00
ize No. 3 Shipping weight 22 Ibs., fits 12x18, 13x19 Gor-
dons and 10x15 and 13x19 Universals and Colts Armory 5.(X)

Size No. 4 Shipping weight 22 Ibs., fits 14x22 and 14*x>

Gordons and 14x22 Universals and Colts Armory . . 5.00

Size No. 5 Shipping weight 22 Ibs.. fits 12x15 and 15x21

Golding Jobbers 5.00

Special Brakes can be furnished for any press if the following
dimensions are given: The diameter of the fly wheel; the distance
from the fly wheel to the floor, and the distance from center of fly
wheel to front of press.




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SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



THE OPTIMUS TWO-REVOLUTION PRINTING PRESS




On pages*l<64-175 of this Speciman Book we have given an extended description of the Optimus, which
includes the No. 43 and the Pony presses. Therein we set forth the reasons why it is the superior machine
it is. The recor'd of the Optimus makes it worth the consideration of every good printer ; and to one at all
interested impresses' of this style we suggest that a perusal of what we have said will be worth while. The
better printer the inquirer may be, and the more exacting his demands for the production of high-class
work, economically and speedily, the more will this press appeal to him.

The" Optimus is simple, strong, fast, and enduring, the least complicated of all two-revolutions, with the
least number" of parts.

No matter -what its use may have been in length or amount of service, register between bed and
cylinder i^fexfifet and unvarying.

An even'.iinyielding impression is secured by
great strength in the cylinder, shaft, journals and
b^es, and a solid support of six tracks under the
bed of medium and large sizes, which are in turn
supported by the most massive center-girt in any
press. Four of the tracks are quickly adjusted for

Jear.
" The patent cylinder lifting device is simply an
jpccentric box holding the cylinder journals. Im-
pression is always taken when the eccentric is on
center. There is no strain, therefore, on con-
Actions. There is no counter-balance. The Op-
m us is the only press wherein the cylinder boxes

fixed as a part of side frames, and do not slide up and down with the cylinder* The side-frame!^ there-
, are made to bear the brunt of impression contrary to the general practice.

The cylinder is adjusted by a short and very heavy steel screw so fitted into the box that all strain,! 5
k^i upon its head. This screw will sustain fifty times the strain that it ever will be called upon to endure.
The Optimus bed and cylinder mechanism embraces the patent ball and socket motion. It is the only
insuring a perfectly uniform movement, and absolute register between bed and cylinder. It is the
lest, and perfect mechanically. It makes possible a large driving gear, which consumes one-third of
its time in reversing the bed. With the air spring this avoids all jar, and results in smooth running at the

highest speed known to two-revolution presses,
without wear to forms. It also affords the great ad-
vantage of driving bed forward and back from same
point of contact.

The rack is not in the center of the bed but in
the center of the load. The rollers, geared direct
to one end of the bed, require a large amount of
power to drive. The rack is located at the proper
point from center of bed to bring it in the center of

HKX^^^^^^^^^V ^^_^ load.

The patent overbalanced piston head is adjust-
Pony Optimus ed without any tool, stays where placed, is always



th cc
nectic




No. 43 Optimus




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Cylinder Exposed for Make-Ready



air tight, and wear can be taken up quickly. The

patent controlling device holds the sliders under

bed in position.

Table and form rollers are geared to the bed pos-
itively, and are interchangeable, except on ponies.

On all sizes except ponies, ink passes from fountain

to Vibrator on first pair of table rollers. It cannot

reach the plate until one complete revolution of

press has been made, when it is as well distributed

as it is when placed on forms by some two-roller

machines. The Optimus distribution is the best in

the world.

The patent roller bearings hold both form and

table rollers firmly locked in contact with form (or

table) and vibrator, or quickly release them, both operations being by a simple movement of the hand,

and independent of the device for adjusting contact.

There is a patent safety gripper mechanism. It is noiseless and absolutely accurate.

The back-up is used as a brake.

The famous front delivery of the Optimus is one of its great advantages over all others. It requires

no adjustment for varing sizes of paper, and delivers printed side up in plain view of feeder and pressman.



Online Librarybros. & Spindler BarnhartBook of type specimens. Comprising a large variety of superior copper-mixed types, rules, borders, galleys, printing presses, electric-welded chases, paper and card cutters, wood goods, book binding machinery etc., together with valuable information to the craft. Specimen book no.9 → online text (page 63 of 71)