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Book 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

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Style A, Foot Power, saddle and flat, shipping weight, 110 Ibs $35.00

Style B, Hand Power, saddle and flat, shipping weight, 50 Ibs 25.00

Staples are put up in boxes of 5000, there being two sizes, i-inch for thin work, and 1-inch for thick work.

5,000 Lots, per 1,000 $0.18

25,000 Lots, per 1,000 15

50,000 Lots, per 1,000 14

100,000 Lots, per 1,000 13




NO. 6 ACME STAPLE BINDER

The No. 6 Wire-Staple Binder does a greater range of work, and does better work,
than any other staple binder. At one stroke of the treadle it drives, clinches, and re-
leases the staple each operation being independent, though continuous. It holds two
hundred and fifty staples at a charge, and round or flat and fine or coarse staples may
be used. Staples are fed automatically to the driver by positive pressure on both legs,
and clogging is prevented by a device which effectually prevents more than one staple
getting under the driver at a time. The clinch is perfect on any thickness. There is
ample room for putting in and taking out work, as the driver arm lifts more than an
inch above the table after each clinch. There is a long space under the arm for calen-
dar work. The treadle has a positive movement. Every machine is furnished with a
strong iron stand. Will bind to a thickness of i-inch through any kind of paper, and is
furnished with both flat and saddle-back tables, with gauges on the flat bed. For hard
or coated papers, when the work is heavy, flat wire staples are used. Circular.
No. 6 Acme Wire-Staple Binder, capacity i-inch and under on all kinds of paper,

for round or flat wire, with table and treadle complete $40.00

Staples for Acme Binder No. 6: No. 21, i-inch, round; No. 22, T Vinch, round; No. 23,

i -inch, flat; No. 24, iVinch, flat per box of 5.000 of one size 1.25



ACME STAPLE BINDER NO. 1

The frame swings on a pivot and lifts high enough to give ample room for
putting in and taking out the work An advantage not obtainable on other low-
priced staple binders. It will not clog. Holds one hundred staples. Binds i-inch
and under. Uses flat staples only. Circular.
Acme Staple Binder No. 1 $6.00

Staples for Acme Binder No. 1: No. 23 A, i-inch, flat; No. 24 A, yVinch, flat

per box of 5,000 of one size 1.25





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QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS




STAPLE BINDER No. 10

This machine is built with the following improvements which enhance
its intrinsic value. It will use six different sizes of staples, both flat and
round wire. It will stitch through the fold and through the back from
2 sheets up to 60 sheets, (flat staples) and from 2 sheets up to 30 sheets
(round staples) of ordinary book or pamphlet paper, and 11 inches from
margin. The wearing parts are all made of Malleable Steel, and not liable
to break or get out of order. The Staple Case adjustment is far superior
to any of our other Machines. Only one adjustment, and easily under-
stood. Circular.

Staple Binder No. 10, complete with Flat and Saddle Table $34.00

Flat Wire Staples, No. 4, iVinch long, per box of 5,000 1.25

Flat Wire Staples, No. 5, i-inch long, per box of 5,000 1.25

Flat Wire Staples, No. 6, T 5 s-inch long, per box of 5,000 1.25

Flat Wire Staples, No. 6i, 1-inch long, per box of 5,000 1.25

Round Wire Staples, No. 14, iVinch long, per box of 5,000 1.25

Round Wire Staples, No. 15, i-inch long, per box of 5,000 .1.25



STAPLE BINDER No. 4



This is a very useful binder for the office or printer, and can be put to a grea
variety of uses. It will bind papers etc., from 1 to 50 sheets. Holds 125 staples
at a charge. It is impossible for staples to clog in the machine, as by the new
device one staple must be driven before another can enter. This machine
requires no adjustment, feeds automatically, uses three sizes of staples, put up
5.000 in a box, and are exactly the same as used on the No. 10 Binders viz: No.
4. iVinch; No. 5, i-inch, and No. 6. A-inch. Circular.
Staple Binder No. 4 . $3.00





Styles No. 000, 00, and Monitor Wire
Stitchers



SURE SHOT STAPLE BINDER

The most reliable binder for office use. Holds one hundred staples at a
charge. Works on the same principle as Acme No. 1, but has no lever. Binds
from two to fifty sheets. Circular.

Price $3.00

Staples for Sure Shot Binder: No. 23 A, i-inch; No. 24 A, ft-inch per box

of 5,000 of one size .. . 1.25



WIRE STITCHING MACHINES

No. 000 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

This Machine is the largest wire stitching machine in the world.
It has a range of work from three-eighths to two inches in thickness
The machine embodies all those valuable features and improvements
that have been thoroughly tried and tested by constant use for years
on the number 00 and No. sizes. It has a range of work from I to 2
inches in thickness. Uses 18 x 20 and 19 x 21 i flat wire. Circular.
No. 000 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine $800.00

No. 00 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

This machine has the largest range of work of any Stitcher in the
world except our No. 000. Can be used for pamphlet saddle work or
for the heaviest flat or side stitching. Quickly adjusted and simple
throughout, finest material and finish ; interchangeable parts, gauges,
etc. Capacity, 2 sheets to 1| inches. Uses No. 25 round wire, Nos.
20 x 25 and 19 x 2H flat wire. Circular.
No. 00 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine $700.00

No. Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

This machine is constructed for flat (or side) stitching only. In-
stantly adjusted for different thicknesses of work, requiring no change
of parts whatever. Made of the best material and of the finest finish.
Capacity, i to II inches. Uses 19 x 2H and 20 x 25 flat wire. Circular.
No. Monitor Wire Stitching Machine $600.00



BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S



SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS





No. 1 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

This machine covers the requirements of large binderies and printing offices
because of its large range of work. Will stitch four, eight, and sixteen page
pamphlets with No. 30 round wire as neatly and quickly as a small machine; also
stitch a book 1-inch thick of hard paper, or s-inch book of medium or soft
paper; will produce 75,000 staples in one day of ten hours. Capacity. 2 sheets to
i inch. Uses Nos. 25, 26, 27, 28 and 30 round and 20 x 25 flat wire. Circular.
No. 1 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine $450.00

No. \Yi Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

Same description applies to this machine, the only difference being in the
capacity. Combined flat and saddle table. Capacity, 2 sheets to inch. Uses
Nos. 25, 26, 27, 2,8 and 30 round and 20 x 25 flat. Circular.
No. H Monitor Wire Stitching Machine $300.00

No. 1% Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

Same description applies to this machine, the only difference being in the
capacity. Combined flat and saddle table. Capacity, 2 sheets to i inch. Uses

Nos. 25, 26, 27, 28 and 30 round and 20 x 25 flat wire, styles No. i, l^ and % Mon-
Ci rcu i ar itor Wire Stitchers

No. 11 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine $275.00

No. 2Y 2 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

The No. 2J machine is especially adapted for pamphlet work, large or
small. It has a long reach from stand to stitching box for calendars, also a
long drop for large saddle stitching. The wire is fed into machine between
steel rollers. The pressure on the wire can be regulated to a nicety by an
eccentric lever, insuring a smooth, perfect, even feed at each stroke. Pro-
vided with combination flat and saddle table, back and side gauges, etc.
Speed, up to 7.500 staples per hour, according to skill of operator. Capacity,
2 sheets to i inch. Uses Nos. 25, 26, 27, 28 and 30 round wire. Circular
No. 2i Monitor Wire Stitching Machine $175.00

No. 2 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine

No. 2 Monitor, "roll feed." Same description applies to this machine.
Capacity. 2 sheets to I inch. Uses Nos. 25 to 30 round and 20 x 25 flat wire.
Circular.

j and 2 Monitor No. 2 Monitor, Wire Stitching Machine .' $200.00

Stitchers



MONITOR WIRE STITCHING MACHINE, No. 4

To reach a demand of small offices not provided with power, we herewith
show a small foot-power stitcher at a price to bring it within the range of all
medium-sized offices. It feeds direct from the spool, making its own staples,
at a cost of less than two cents per thousand. Will stitch both flat and saddle
work without change of parts for different thicknesses of work or different sizes
of wire. It has its own pedestal, similar to our power machines, and is of the
same high standard of workmanship and material. Capacity. 2 sheets to J inch.
Uses Nos. 25, 26, 27, 28 and 30 round wire.
No. 4 Monitor Wire Stitching Machine . . $100.00



BOOKBINDER'S WIRE, ON SPOOLS

We carry in stock the very best wire procur-
able, and it will be sold at prices as favorable as any
obtainable elsewhere.

The frequent changes in the prices of wire, on
account of the fluctuations in the cost of metals,
prevents us from quoting prices in this book.





POINT-LINE, POINT-SET, POINT-BODY



QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



WIRE-STAPLE TABLE

Table showing number of feet, inches and eighths of inches in all sizes of wire from No. IS to No. 32. To
ascertain the number of staples to one pound of wire, measure full length of wire in staple, go to first column
on left of table and pass down same until you reach the size that corresponds with the staple measured ;
pass along to right until you reach size of wire used, shown by top row of figures. Example: if your staple
measures 1% inches, and the size of wire is No. 28, there are 11940 staples to the pound, as shown in table.



Length of
Wire in Staple


18


19


20


21


22


23


24


25


26


27


28


29


30


.31


32


K inch


4104


5394


7408


8856


11594


14544


17142


22640


28236


31578


35820


40678


47058


50000


54546


X inch


3283


4315


5926


7084


9275


11635


13713


18112


22588


25262


28656


32542


37646


40000


43636


X inch


2736


3596


4938


5904


7729


9696


11428


15093


18824


21052


23880


27118


31372


33333


36364


X inch


2345


3082


4233


5060


6625


8310


9795


12937


16134


18044


20468


23244


26890


28571


31169


1 inch


2052


2697


3704


4428


5797


7272


8571


11320


14118


15789


17910


20339


23529


25000


27273


\X inch


1824


2397


3292


3936


5152


6464


7618


10062


12549


14034


15920


18079


20914


22222


24242


1* inch


1641


2157


2963


3542


4637


5817


6856


9056


11294


12631


14328


16271


18823


20000


21818


IX inch


1492


1961


2693


3220


4216


5288


6233


8232


10267


11482


13025


14792


17112


18181


19834


1* inch


1368


1798


2469


2952


3864


4848


5714


7546


9412


10526


11940


13559


15686


16666


18182


IX inch


1262


1659


2279


2724


3567


4475


5274


6966


8688


9716


11021


12516


14479


15384


16783


IX inch


1172


1541


2116


2530


3312


4155


4897


6468


8067


9022


10234


11622


13445


14285


15584


\ 7 /i inch


1094


1438


1975


2361


3091


3878




6037


7529


8420


9552


10847


12548


13333


14545


2 inch


1026


1348


1852


2214


2898


3636


4285


5660


7059


7894


8955


10169


11764


12500


1S636


2% inch


965


1269


1743


2083


2728


3422


4033


5327


6643


7430


8428


9571


11072


11764


12834


2* inch


912


1198


1646


1968


2576


3232


3809


5031


6274


7017


7960


9039


10457


11111


12121


2H inch


864


1135


1559


1864


2440


3061


3608


4766


5944


6648


7541


8563


9906


10526


11483


2% inch


820


1078


1481


1771


2318


2908


3428


4528


5647


6315


7164


8135


9411


10000


10909


2% inch


781


1027


1411


1686


2208


2770


3265


4312


5378


6014


6822


7748


8963


9523


10389


2X inch


746


980


1346


1610


2108


2644


3116


4116


5133


5741


6512


7396


8556


9090


9917


2% inch


713


938


1288


1540


2016


2529


2981


3937


4910


5491


6229


7074


8184


8695


9486


3 inch


684


899


1234


1476


1932


2424


2857


3773


4706


5263


5970


6779


7843


8333


9091


3X inch


656


863


1185


1416


1855


2327


2742


3622


4517


5052


5731


6508


7529


8000


8727


3K inch


631


829


1139


1362


1783


2237


2637


3483


4344


4858


5510


6258


7239


7692


8391


3X inch


608


799


1097


1312


1717


2154


2539


3354


4183


4678


5306


6026


6971


7407


8080


3Jf inch


586


770


1058


1265


1656


2077


2448


3234


4033


4511


5117


5811


6722


7142


7792


No. of H inch in 1 lb..
No. of feet in 1 lb


16416
171


21576
224i


29632
308s


35424
369


46376
483i ] ,


58176
606


68568
714i


90560
943*


112944
1176i


126312
13152


143280
1492i


162712
1694H


188232
1960^


200000
2083|


218184
2272i



PAPER COUNTER

To make ready for use in pad work, count out number
of sheets wanted by hand on top of which place the plate,
then draw the stab up firmly against the paper. The screw
in handle holds the stab in place. To operate, place plate on
top of lot to be counted and push stab into paper bearing
down at same time.

Price.. ...50.75





Fig-. 1



THE IDEAL TABLETING APPARATUS

This is a simple, common-sense apparatus, designed
by practical printers. It has no clamp or screws to be
and is effective, rapid, and thorough. Figure 1 shows
ratus with iron base-plate in position,
forming the bottom of the box, and a
small pile of sheets resting on it. All
trash, dust, etc., are sifted out as the
sheets are put in, the two side-pieces
not coming quite together, and thus
leave an opening for that purpose.
Figure 2 shows a pile of sheets ready
for gluing. Having the sheets in the
box, as shown in Figure 1, and having
placed the iron brick on top of the pile,
it is only necessary to take the appara-
tus by the handle and leg and put it in



to be used
operated,
the appa-



a perpendicular position. Now, continuing to hold the box in a perpendicular
position, withdraw it from under the base-plate, (which is made possible by
the ingenious and simple arrangement of the bottom frame of the box.) and the
pile is left standing on the base-plate, all ready for the glue-brush. Circular.

Price, complete, with box, base-plate and iron brick, size 8 x 8 x IS inches, capacity fi.OOO sheets ...... $7.50

Extra iron bricks, weight about 25 pounds, each ......................................................... 3.0O

Extra base-plates, each .................................................................................. 75




2



BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S



984



SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS




For straightening up and holding sheets of paper while being glued for tablets. Will take 3,000 sheets;
is simple, convenient, and durable; one of the best and handiest articles yet devised for the purpose. Any
number of sheets can be handled, whether 100 or 3,000, with equal ease; allows glueing on two sides; it is
made sloping so the paper will stand alone while being adjusted. The clamp is separate from the box; is
quickly and easily adjusted to the various thicknesses, and any desired pressure can be obtained. The
paper is set against the notched board, with the upper edge down, and the board of nearest size is placed
against it. When even, the clamp is placed over it and tightened with a fair pressure; afterwards it is
lifted out and turned over, so that the edges to be glued are uppermost. Circular.

Price, complete, including five beveled press-boards for tableting $3.50

Extra clamp, with five boards 2.00

Clamp only 1.40



ELASTIC PADDING GLUE

An elastic, tough, quick-drying preparation, which is applied hot after melting in an ordinary glue pot,
and, while entailing more labor, gives better results than the liquid glue. Does not adhere to the edges
of sheets as they are removed from the pad, thus preventing tearing of pages in invoice and letter copying
books. The color is bright red. Circular.

Pri . e, per pound $0. 35



LIQUID PADDING CEMENT

This cement is much superior to glue. Being a liquid it is always ready, and can be applied cold as
e?:>ily as paste. Blocks of the tablets made with this cement should be cut apart as soon as removed from
tl-e press. Circular.

HALF PINT PINT QUART GALLON

Rod or blue .. . . .$0.30 $0.50 $0.90.. . . . .$3.00



SPHINX PASTE FOR PRINTERS

-The ideal Paste for the press room. Keeps soft and free from mould. No risk of lumps getting into
the packing or overlays and battering the type. It does not swell the packing nor wrinkle the paper.

Half pint cans $0.10

Pint cans 15

Quart cans 25

1 gallon pails , 75

2 gallon pails 1.25




TABLET KNIFE

Made extra thin and strong, each



.$0.50



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PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



COMBINATION CASE AND TAKE SLUG




Take Slug- [Fig-. 1]



Case Slug- [Fig-. 2]



Combined Slug- [Fig-. 3]



The illustrations herewith presented show a combined "take and case slug," especially adapted to
newspaper composition, thpugh applicable to any other kind of piece work. The slug is in two parts, one
giving the number of the "take" and the other the number of the case, and is so matched and grooved
that it can very readily be extracted from lock-up matter on a galley. The "case" portion of the slug
(fig. 2) is to be kept at respective cases. At or near the copy desk is placed a receptacle for the "take"
portion (fig. 1). When a compositor takes copy he takes the first slug out of the receptacle, places it in
his stick, and arriving at his case, places the case slug alongside of the one in the stick, the combined slug
being shown in figure 3.

Combined Case and Take Slug, each $0.25

BRASS AND ELECTROTYPED TAKE SLUGS



10



Brass Figure Slug

12

Electrotyped Figure Slug



N



Brass Letter Slug

TWELVE

Electrotyped Letter Slug



Brass Take Slug, figured or lettered, single column, each $0.25

Electrotyped Take Slug, figured or lettered, single column, each 25



BRASS TYPE-LINE GAUGES




OA-, I* 21 28 35 42

"ill II LU LjJilllLLLLIll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IJiiiJJJJJ





These Brass Type-Line Gauges are made of 4 12-inch Length

point brass, and the graduations on same are abso- Agate, with hook .$0.75
lutely accurate: 6 and 13 Point with hook 75

6 and 12 Point and Agate, with hook 90

6-inch Length

Brass Newspaper Line Gauges

Agate, with hook $0.45

6 and 12 Point, with hook 45 300 Agates long, with hook ..

and 12 Point and Agate, with hook 60 With 6 and l2 Point on reverse Slde ' '

300 Agates long, with hook 1.25

With 6 and 12 Point on reverse side 2.25



PRINTERS' SNIPS

Length 1\ inches, blade 2 inches, each $2.00

Tempered by patent method and fully warranted.




BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S



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SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



PRINTERS' FURNITURE ANQ TOOLS




TAPE COUPLERS

i-inch, per box of 50 $1.00

1-inch, per box of 50 1.25

1-inch, per box of 50 i .50

i-inch, per box of 50 1.50

1 -inch, per box of 50 -. 1.75

li-inches, per box of 50 1.75

Filers for fastening tape couplers 1.00



TAPE FASTENER

Price, with 1 box eyelets $1.25

Price, with 1 box eyelets if sent by mail 1.40

TAPES Cylinder Press



1-inch wide $0.80

i-inch wide 98

i-inch wide 1.18

I-inch wide 1.38

-inch wide 1.70



1 -inch wide $1.80

li-inches wide 2.00

li-inches wide 2.16

2 -inches wide 3.40




TYPE WASH AND LYE



Peerless Type Wash, 1 Ib. cans, each .
Concentrated Lye, single cans



.$0.20 per dozen $2.00

.15 case, 4 dozen. .. 4.20



HOERNER'S COMBINATION SHUTEBOARD
AND TYPE-HIGH MACHINE

This machine will take blocks ten inches wide, and
any length, the carriage, or guide frame, for plane being
movable from side to side while in operation; blocks full
width of bed are shaved at one setting. For trimming
rules, slugs, or furniturfe, for cutting miters and squaring
blocks, the guide frame is taken off and either of the
planes may be used on side of the bed. Circular.

Complete with two planes (one file plane and one

knife-plane) $35.00

CHALLENGE TYPE-HIGH MACHINE

For making cuts or electrotypes mounted on wood
type-high and true to gauge; will save one-half the
time usually spent on make-ready. Simple and easily
understood. For squaring, the planer is placed in
groove in front of machine and used same as ordinary
shoot board and plane. The cutting surface is a special
hand-cut file and never requires sharpening. Circular.
Challenge Type-High Machine, including 8 x 12

zinc galley $15.00





SUPERIOR TYPE-HIGH GAUGE

.,

This little instrument is designed to cover the wants of every printer who
uses mounted electrotype plates, half-tones, wood cuts, rules, borders, orna-
ments and initials. This Gauge is absolutely accurate, is micro-ground to
.918 of an inch and will tell in an instant whether every part is type-high and
therefore ready to put on the press. The one end is a cylinder and bearer
gauge and with it the cylinder, bearers and rollers of a press can be adjusted
accurately. The time lost is an immense item where guess work is used in
fixing forms. With the Superior Type-High Gauge all this time is saved.

Superior Type-High Gauge, each $1.50



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987



QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



IMPOSITION



8 PAGES. Work and Turn. Oblong




8 PAGES, Work and Turn

(Used with 16 pages to form 24 pages)



OF FORMS



12 PAGES. Four and Eight, Inserted



8 PAGES, Work and Turn

Hand Fold Machine Fold



i i

u



6-PAGE FOLDER



8-PAGE FOLDER



16 PAGES, Work and Turn

Hand Fold Machine Fold



HE 9 II



11 6 3 14



Bl 9 tl



13 4 5 12



20 PAGES, Four-Fold



9 8



12-PAGE FOLDER



e t a 9

12 11 10 9



12 PAGES, Hand Fold



16 PAGES, Oblong



BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S



SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



IMPOSITION




16 PAGES, Long



12 PAGES

Hand Fold (Oblong-)



18 PAGES, Work and Turn, Side Stitch

NOTE This form can only be used for side-stitched work.
It should be used only where absolutely necessary.



12 1



20 21



16 13 12



Hand Fold



i zi EI



01 91



24 PAGES

Machine Fold

3 22



t-i u



91 6



ez si



14 15 10



Four and Eight to Insert (Oblong)



64 PAGES. Work and Turn

Double Thirty-Two (Hand or Machine Fold)



6Z 8Z



13 20 21 12



frl 61 ZZ II



30 27



15 18 23 10



8t 6t 9S It
33 64 57 40



98 19 09



45 52 53 44



9t 19



35 62 59 38



9 89 6E



47 50 B5 42



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IMPOSITION




OF FORMS



32 PAGES

Double Long Sixteen s, to be cut apart and folded separately.



32 PAGES

Common Hand and Macbine Fold







GENERAL




INFORMATION



TABLE SHOWING THE AMOUNT OF PAPER REQUIRED

For any Job of from 50 to 5000 copies. No allowance is made for waste. 480 sheets to the ream.



NUMBER


2

TO THE
SHEET


3

TO THE
SHEET


4

TO THE
SHEET


6

TO THE
SHEET


8

TO THE
SHEET


9

TO THE
SHEET


12

TO THE
SHEET


15

TO THE
SHEET


16

TO THE
SHEET


18

TO THE
SHEET


20

TO THE
SHEET


24

TO THE
SHEET


32

TO THE
SHEET


OF COPIES
REQUIRED


QUIRES
SHEETS


QUIRES
SHEETS


C 111




QUIRES
SHEETS


3 H

1 i


QUIRES
SHEETS


QUIRES
SHEETS


QUIRES
SHEETS


UJ h-
1 1


QUIRES
SHEETS


QUIRES
SHEETS


QUIRES
SHEETS


QUIRES
SHEETS


50


1- 1


0-17


0-13


0- 9


0- 7


0- 6


0- 5


0- 4


0- 4


0- 3


0- 3


0- 3


2


100


2- 2


1-10


1- 1


0-17


0-13


0-12


0- 9


0- 7


0- 7


0- 6


0- 5


0- 5


4


300


4- 4


2-19


2- 2


1-10


1- 1


0-23


0-17


0-14


0-13


0-12


0-10


0- 9


0- 7


250


5- 5


3-12


2-15


1-18


1- 8


1- 4


0-21


0-17


0-16


14


13


0-11


8


300


6- 6


4- 4


3- 3


2- 2


1-14


1-10


1- 1


0-20


0-19


0-17


0-15


0-13


10


400


8- 8


5-14


4- 4


2-19


2- 2


1-21


1-10




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 67 of 71)