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FIFTEENTH



BOOK OF SPECIMENS



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FROM THE



CINCINNATI TYPE FOUNDRY.



ESTABLISHED 181'



CHARI.KS WKIJ.S, TREASl'KEK.

1IKXRY HARTir, PRES. - WM. P. HUNT. Si:< .



OFFICE, No. 201 VINE STREET.
WORKS, 7 TO 17 LONGWORTH STREET, CINCINNATI.



HINTS ABOUT ORDERS.



When ordering Book or Newspaper type, state whether or not
Italic or Leaders are wanted.

When ordering sorts, state number of face as well as body, or send
a cap H and lower case m, as little used as you have.

When ordering Job type, such as Titles, Gothics, Antiques, etc.,
state whether or not Quads and Spaces are wanted. They are not
sent if not specially named in order, and charged extra when sent.

When giving measure for leads or slugs by ems without specifying
body, Pica ems are always understood.

When ordering Brass Rules to be mitered, state whether the size
given is to be inside or outside of mitres.

When orders for mitered Double Rules are received, it is always
understood that the heavy line is to be on the outside, unless other-
wise stated.

When ordering Chases, send diagram with correct inside and out-
side measures marked.

When ordering material from a specimen book not our own, state
name of the Founder from whose- book selections are made.

When writing an order, put each item on a line by itself, and do
not mix things up ; show plainly whether the quantity that follows
or precedes an article is the amount wanted.

When writing for information, tell us what you want us to do
rather than ask us what we can do. Knowing your wants, we aim
to supply it ; to ask us what we can do is to set us to guessing what
you want.

Always indicate the way of shipping, whether by railroad, steam-
boat, or express.

When shipping old type, mark your own name on every package.






PRICE LIST

OF

TYPES, PRESSES,



PRINTING MATERIAL GENERALLY.

1882.

The continuance of present prices is very uncertain. We shall issue new lists when important changes are
made, but in absence of a list of even date with your order, it is always well t< > send a complete detailed list of goods
wanted, and get fresh prices by return mail.



TERMS

Cash in all cases where a special time is not agreed upon.



$0 40

.$1 85 to -2 50

Per foot.

$0 25

28

33

$ 6 40

. 7 5(1



ACCENTS Double the price of Romans. See TYPE.
ADVERTISING RULES-

Single, each $00:)

Wave, " 00:;

Parallel, " 04

Double, " 04

AMES' PERFORATOR. See PERFORATORS.

AWLS. See BODKINS.

BEARERS For Hand Presses, per pair . .

BELLOWS Each

BELTING-

Width. Per foot. Width.

2 inches $0 18 1* inches .

2 '4 " 20 3 " .

2> 2 " 23 3,i " .

BLANKETS FOR CYLINDER PRESSES-

Felt, 28X40

" 31X46

" 33X48 7 75

Other sizes, 16 cts. per running inch, yard width.

Rubber, 28X40 8 80

31X40 10 10

33X48 Id 55

Other sizes, 22 cts. per running inch, yard width.

BODKINS-

Common Awls fo 10

Closing Spring Bodkin r.. 60

Spring Bodkin '. 40

Bodkin and Knife 1 75

Printer's Knife 1 50

BOOKS-

Printer's Manual (Lynch) $1 25

Printer's Price List (DeVinne) 4 00

Treatise on Punctuation (Wilson) 2 25

BORDERS-

Half Nonpareil, Nos. 1-34 10 feet each . . $2 25

Nonpareil, Nos. 12-155 <i ' " . . 1 55

Xos. 201-230 10 " " .260

Nonpareil and one-half, No. 1-3 10 " " . . 3 00

Three-line Nonpareil No. 1 10 " " . . 4 95

Pica, Nos. 201-215 10 " " . . 3 00

Two-line Pica No. 200 10 " " ..500

Three-line Piea No. 100 10 " " . . 8 00

Half Minionette, Nos. 1-S 10 " " 2 25

Miniouette, Nos. 11-33 10 " " ..290

Two-line Minionette, Nos. 4-35 10 " " . . 3 50

Three-line Miniouette, Nos. 1-4 10 " " . . 4 85

Four-line Minionette, Nos. 2-5 10 " " 6 65

BORDERS, COMBINATION
Series 15 $3 00



Series 32 $3 00



17.
21.
22
28,
30.
81



BRASS BRACES-

Nos. 1-10... .each.

Nos. 11-17 "

Nos. 18-22 . .. . "



. 4 20

. 2 40

(i 00

7 50

5 00

6 00

,|0 12
15
18



4 80

3 20

4 50

5 10

6 00



Nos. 23-27.
Nos. 28-32.

Nos. 33-38.



Complete set, $5 CO.



.each $0 25
. " 30
. " 12



BRASS CIRCLES-

Nos. 1-6 each. $0 60 Nos. 14-17 each. .$1 00

Nos. 7-13 " 075 Nos. 18-20 " 125

BRASS CORNER QUADS

Per set of four '. $0 15

BRASS CURVES AND CLAMPS

Per font of 180 pieces $8 00

BRASS DASHES-

Nos. 1 to 174 each. .$0 10

Xos. 214, 215, 210 25

Nos. 217; 219 ' " 30

Nos. 212, 213 " 35

Nos. 211, 218, 220 " 40

Xos. 208, 209, 210 ' 50

Xos. 221, 222. 223 .' " 75

BRASS DASH RULES

Single, column width $0 04

Double, " " 05

BRASS FLOURISHES-

\Vhole font $8 00

Half font 5 00

BRASS LEADS-

Six and eight to pica, cut to measure $0 60

Ten to pica, cut to measure 85

BRASS LEADERS

$1 60
1 60



Lg. Prim., per ]b.
Pica . .



$1 50
1 40



Nonpareil, per lb

Brevier

BRASS OVALS-

Xos. 1-6 each $0 90 Nos. 13-16 each. .$1 25

Nos. 7-12 " 1 00 Nos. 17-19 " 1 50

BRASS RULES-

Body. In two IVi't Cut Smallest fonts Price.

strips, labor-saving, of ten feet.
Per toot. Perlb. Weight. Per font.

Pica $0 .50 $1 50 6 Ibs., oz $9 00

Long Primer . . o 40 . 1 5(1 4 Ibs., 8 oz 75

Brevier 34 1 60 libs., oz 6 40

Minion 32 1 60 31bs., 5 oz 5 30

Nonpareil 28 1 60 3 Ibs., oz 4 so

Pearl IX i <,o 2 Ibs., 4 oz 3 60

Three to Pica . 14 1 60 1 lb., 14 oz 3 00

Four to Pica, 012 1 (10 lib., 8 oz 240

Five to Pica.... 10 1 75 lib., 2 oz 2 00

Six to Picn 08 1 75 1 lb., 2oz 2 00

Eight to Pica. . . 06 2 00 12 oz 1 50

Ten to Pica. . . . 05 2 00 10 oz 1 50

Brass Space Rule, on six to pica body, cut by half ems
from 1 to (i ems Nonpareil at $2.00 per lb.
BRONZES-

Various shades, extra line, per oz $0 30

In quantities, per pound from $2 00 to 5 00

BRONZING PADS-

Steiner's Patent $2 50

BRUSHES, LEY-

Tampeco $0 35

Bristle 75

Proof, Bristle 1 00

CABINETS

With 12 cases, two-thirds Job, fiat top $15 00

"14 " " " " 17 00

" 16 " " " " 19 00

" 18 " " " " 21 00

" 20 " " " " 23 00

Galley top, $1 00 additional each.



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Price Lixt of PrintiiKi



CABINETS Continued.

With 12 cases, Full, Job, and Triple, flat top $17 50

" 14 " " " " " 19 50

" 16 ' " " 21 50

" 18 " " " " " 23 50

" 20 " " " "-...., 25 50

Galley top, $1 00 additional each.

With 40 full cases, Job, and Triple, galley top. . . 50 00

Perfection, with 16 full Job Cases, 18 two-thirds
Job Cases, 8 Rule and Cut Drawers, 5 Sorts
Drawers, and 2 Copy Drawers 70 00

Improved News Cabinet with 18 full Job Cases,
8 Sorts Cases, 2 Copy Drawers, Bracket for 4
Cases on top, and Galley Rest 36 00

Same with two-thirds cases 34 00

CABINET, INK-

With four compartments for ink and marble

top, 18X24 $12 00

CARD CUTTERS

Elm City, 12 inch shear, cuts full board $10 00

Improved No. 1, rotary 30 00

" 2, " 45 00

CARD ORNAMENTS

Per font $3 75

CASES-

News, plain per pair. .$1 20

" (patented) " " 1 75

Job or Italic, plain each. .0 70

" " " (patented).. " ..100

Triple, plain " . . 70

" (patented) " . . 1 00

Figure 80

Quad and Space 80

Labor-saving Lead and Slug 80

Rule 90

Blank, full size 50

" two-third size 35

Two-thirds pairs, upper and lower per pair. . 1 00

" Job or Italic each . . 60

Miller's Tat. News, with movable 1 boxes, per pair 4 00

CHASES, BOOK

Outside measure. Kach.

26)^X39 %. shifting bars $10 50

" skeleton 7 00

28^X42)^ shiftingbars 11 (Hi

" skeleton 8 00

shiftingbars 12 00

skeleton 9 00

shiftingbars 13 00

skeleton 10 (X)

( )tlier sixes made to order.

CHASES, CAST IRON-

Cheap

Heavy, extra finish. Eastern style.

Curd 4 X5 inside $0 60 $0 28

" 4)X 6^ " 70 ii 85

5X7 " 80 40

Bill Head.. .. 6 X8 " '.MI 040

.... 8 X10 " 1 20 n .V,

Job 9 X12 " 1 40 (I 7(1

" 10 X14 " 1 90 n 75

" 14 X17 " 2 40 II 90

" 18 X24 " ...... 3 20 1 15

Programme.. 5 X16> " 180 066

..8 X23^ " 2 40 I) 75

Other sizes made to order.

For Nonpareil Presses.

7X12 inside, each .f 1 75

10X16 " " 2 21

15X19

is> 25

9X12
10X15
12X17
17X24
17X24



;s oo

3 50

i 75



" ............................... 2 50

east, each ......................... ;; 25

wrought iron, each ................ 5 do



CHASES, WROUGHT IRON-

Xews. Inside each half.

5 column folio ....... 12^X20

6 " " ....... 15 X21%



Per pair.

$900
.......... ..." ..... 1000

11 00
1200
...21^X27% ................... 1300

4 " quarto ........ 16 X22 .................. 1200

5 " " ....... 20 X26K ................... 1300

6 . ...21%X31 ................... 1500

7 " " ........ 23JiX35 .................. 17 00

CHICKEN FOOT

Kach .............................................. $ 75

CIRCULAR QUADS

Font of 8 sets ...................................... $3 50

COLUMN RULES

Nonimreil body, per inch ....................... $0 02^

COMBINATION BORDERS. See BORDERS.

COMPOSITION. See ROLLER COMPOSITION.

Composition Kettles according to size and ma-
terial .................................. $3 50 to $15 00

COMPOSING RULES-

News measure .............. ...................... $0 25

Book " ............................ $0 30 to 50

COMPOSING. STICKS-

Screw Stiek, 6 inches ............................... $0 75

Each* additional 2 inches ........................... o 15

German Silver Composing Stick, 6 inch ........... 1 50

Graver's Patent, 6 inch ............................. 1 20

Each additional 2 inches ........................... 20

24-inch Mahogany Job Stick ...................... 1 10

30 " - " " ...... ................. 1 25

'<> - - " " ...................... 1 50

COPY HOLDERS-

Young's pattern .................................. $1 00

COUNTING MACHINES

Hart's No. 2. eounts 10,000 ........................ $ 8 00

" No.::. 100,000 ....................... .1000

" No. 4, " 100,000, extra finish ............ 12 00

COUNTERSHAFTS, PULLEYS, ETC. See PULLEYS.

CROSS COLUMN RULES-

Douhle. each ....................................... $0 04

Parallel .......................................... 04

CUTS
Cuts arc sent prepaid it" money is sent with order, other-

wise postage is added in bill.

Page. Page.

Alligator ............ 105 Check Ornts ...... 112,113

Anchor ............. 135 Chickens .............. 146

Anvil ............. 105, l:!5 Chiiiaware ...... 105, 131

Baby Carriage ....... 138 Cigars ................. 133

Baker ............... 115 Clocks ............ 116, 130

Barrels .......... 105,133 Coal Carts ............ 139

Bear ........... 105.144 Coffins ............ 105,148

Bees ............... 146 Confectionery ........ 116

Bee-hive .............. 148 Coppersmith .......... 116

Beer and Wine ...... 123 Cotton ................ 105

Bellhangers .......... 105 Cows, Bulls .105, 112, 143

Bellows .............. 105 Crate ................. 105

Bill-head Logos . 106.107 Crockery ........ 105,131

Billiards ............. 12<s Cutlery ........... 105, 116

I'.ird ( 'ages ....... 105, 14,s Deer ...... 105, 143, 144, 145

Birds ................. 105 Dental ........... 105, 148

Books ............. 105, 131 Depart. Headings 114, 115

Boots, Shoes. .105, 115, 127 Dogs .......... 105, 111', 144

Bowling Alley ........ 128 Dove .................. 105

Buffalo ............... 144 Dray .................. 105

Buggies .............. 138 Drugs ...... 105, 115, 132

Butcher .............. 115 Ducks ............ KI5, 145

Camel .......... 145 Eagles . . 105, 112, ] 20, 121

Canal-boat ............ 105 Ears .................. 148

Canon ............... 121 Elephants ....... 143. 145

Card Logotypes ..... 106 Express Wagons ..105. i:!S

Card Scrolls ..... lo,\ 109 Eyes ................ 148

Carriages.... 1d.">. l:;s. 1:59 Farm Scene . .112.144

Cat .............. 145 Einis ............... 148

Check Blanks . .110, 111 Eire Engine ...... 105

Check Ends ...112", 113 Fish 105,115



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l*ri<r List of Prliitin;/ MittrriuL



CUTS Continued.

Page.

Flags , 112, 121

Flowers 105,123

Fly 112

Fox 146

Franklin 122

Frogs 112, 113

Fruits 123

Furniture .105, 116, 128, 129

Furs 105

Globe 105

Gloves 105

Goat 144

Grocer 116

(inns and Pistols 135

Hardware . .105, 116, 135
Harnesmaker . 115, 148
Hats, Caps . . .105, 115, 120

Hearses 13!>

Hogs . 105, 142

Horses. 105, 112, 140, 141

Horse-shoe 105, 130

Horse-shoeing 141

Hose Carriage 105

Houses 105, 148

Humorous 136

Indians 112

Indices 105, 133,137

Jacks 105, 141

Jewelry 116, 130



Page.

Peddlar's Wagon 139

Penmanship 105

Photographer 110

Plow 105

Printer's Emblem ... 122,

Rabbits 112, 145

Race Cuts.... 105, 140, 141

Railroads 105, 124

Restaurant ,.116, 123

Roosters 146, 147

Saddlery 105, 115, 148

Safes 135

Santa Glaus 148

Seals 105, 117

Secret Society 105, 118, 119

Sheep 105, 143

Sleigh 105

Society Cuts 105

Spectacles 105, 130

Stages 105

Stars 137

Stationery 115, 131

Steamboats 105, 125

Stoves 105, 116, 128

Tailor : 116

Tea 105,116, 131, 133

Tiger 144

Tobacco 116, 133

Transfer Wagon 139



i,a Fayctte 122 Trees 105

Lincoln 122 Trunks 105, 116, 12S

Lions 105, 126, 144 Truss 105

Livery .115, 1-10, Ml Turkey 115

Locksmith . . . .105, 116, 135 Turtle 105, 145

Maltese Crosls 137 fmbrella 105, 126

Monkey 113, 132 Undertaker 105,115,139,148

Monument .112,113,116,13-1 Vehicles 105, 137, 138

Musical . .105, 116, 128, 129 Velocipede 139

Omnibus 138 Vessels 105

Optician 105, 116, 130 Wagons 138

Owl 113, 145 Washington 122

( >ysters 105 Watches 105, 130

DASHES. Sec BUASS HASHES.

DASH RULES

Single and Wave, each $0 04

Double and Parallel, each 05

DATE LINES-

Elcctrotyped $0 50

ELECTROTYPING in all its branches. Estimates on cuts,

bookwork, etc., furnished an application.
ENGRAVING ON WOOD. Estimates furnished.
ENGRAVER'S TOOLS-

Pcr set of 6 tools $2 51

ENGRAVER'S BOXWOOD

I'cr square inch $0 0."

ENGRAVER'S MAPLE

I'cr square inch $0 03

ENGINES

Four horse power, 4X5 if 400 (X

Six " " 6X7 55000

Eight " " 6X7 65000

Ten " " 7X9 S5n in

Twelve" " 8X9 1,00000

FIGURE SLUGS

Cast, cut to measure, each $o l<

FLOURISHES-

Series A f! 5(

" B 6 0(

FLY STICKS-

IVr doxen $1 5

FOOT SLUGS

Beveled, metal, each $00.

FRISKETS-

For Hand Presses $3 (K) to $5



FURNITURE AND REGLET, CHERRY-

Nonpareil to Two-line Pica, per yard $0 02

Three-line to Twelve-line Pica, per yard 05

Beveled Side Sticks 05

GALLEYS-

Job Galleys, brass lined . . . 6X10 inches $2 00

" . .8%X13 " 2 50

" ...10X16 " 3 00

" ...12X18 " 3 50

" ...14X20 " 4 00

" .. .15X22 " 4 50

Mailing Galleys of any size made to order.

News Galley, all brass, single 2 50

" " " " double 3 00

" " single column, brass lined 2 00

double " " " V- . 2 5

" " single " not lined 125

double " " " 1 50

' Slice Galleys 6X10 inches 2 00

" 10X16 " 2 50

16X22 " 4 00

Wood ... 6X18 " 030

' 8X20 " 40

GALLEY RACKS

For 12 galleys $ 8 00

"15 " 11 00

GLASS INK SLABS. See INK SLABS.
GOLDING PRESSES. See PRESSES.
GORDON PRESSES. See PRESSES.
GREEK TYPE-

Brevier, 10 A, 50 a $6 40

Long Primer, 10 A, 50 a .' 7 50

GUAGE PINS, MEGILL'S PAT.

No. 1, Pica high per doz. $0 60

No. 2, English high " 060

No. 3, Great Primer high " 60

No. 4, Pica high, no lip " 060

Patent Spring Tongue " 1 20

HAND PRESSES. See PRESSES.
HEAD RULES

Nonpareil body, per inch $0 02>

HEBREW TYPE-

Long Primer, 25 A $3 00

Pica, 15A 240

Two-line English, 5 A 3 40

HOE PRESSES. Sec PI-.ESSES.
IMPOSING RULES-

News $030

IMPOSING STONES

Marble, double sawed, 2 inches thick, without stand.

24X36 $ 7 50 30X84 $22 00

30X60 15 75 30X90 23 50

30X72 18 75

other sizes at $1 25 per square foot.

Stands, $5 00 and upward, according to material and
finish. *

INITIALS

sin gle Letter. Per font.

Series 32 $0 40 $3 55

:?3 50 4 25

:;4 20 1 00

' 35 25 1 25

" 36 30 2 00

" 37 25 1 25

INK

News Ink in 10 pound cans per Ib. $0 16

" in. kegs, 25 Ibs 012

.-.o ll.s 11

100 Ibs. or 200 Ibs 10

" in barrels, 400 Ibs 008

Book Ink, fine $0 25, 40, 50

Job Ink for dry and calendered paper, will not

set off $0 50, 75 1 00

Special quick-drying Black 1. 00

Superfine Ink, do 1 50

Extra Super Ink, do . - < )(l

Extra fine Cut Ink . 3 00

Wood Cut Ink... 5 00



Price Li*( of PrintfiH/ Material.



INK Continued.

Gold Size .$1 00, 1 50 -1 00

White Size, for dry colors 1 .">o

Ultramarine Ink $o 50, o 75, 1 00, 1 .->o 2 00

Light and Dark Blue $0 75, 1 00, 1 50 2 00

Blue and Green Poster Ink 50

Light and Dark Green $0 75, 1 00, 1 .50 -2 00

Red Poster Ink 50

Fine Red, for paper $2 00 3 00

Red Ink for paper $0 75, 1 00 1 50

Extra fine Red $5 00 10 00

Lake Ink 10 00

Scarlet Red $3 00 to 5 00

Cardinal Red $8 00 to 10 00

Crimson Lake $3 00 to 5 00

Red Copying 5 00

Light and Dark Brown fl 00, 1 50 2 00

Carmine Ink per <>-/.. 2 oo

Purple Ink " 2 00

Bronzes of every shade " 30

White Ink $0 50 1 00

Lemon and Orange Yellow $1 00 2 (X)

Emerald Green 3 00

Varnish No. 1 and 55

Gloss Varnish 1 00

Special prices given on Job and Book ink in large quaii

titles. High-priced inks furnished in half pound and

quarter pound cans, if desired.

INK CABINETS. See CABINETS.

INK FOUNTAIN-

For Nonpareil Press $10 00

INKING APPARATUS FOR HAND PRESS-

Stand, Cylinder, Roller Frame and Cores $:;."> oo

Same, with self-distribution screw, imp. frame . . 45 00

Roller Frame for two rollers, 35 inches 6 00

42 " ,s 50

17 ' II 00

Extra Roller ( 'ore 1 25

With double cylinder for single roller.

30 inches long $15 00 40 inches long $19 00

32 " " Hi 00 42 " " 20 00

36 " " 17 00 44 " " 21 00

38 " " 18 00

INK KNIFE-

6 inch blade $0 45 '.I inch blade $0 <>5

7 " " 05 12 " " 1 45

INK SLABS

Marble, per square foot $0 80

Glass " " " ' 07:,

IRON FURNITURE

Beveled, per inch $0 04

IRON MITRE BOXES-

i^ich : $3 oo

ITALIC

Same prices as Roman when ordered with it.
JOB PRESSES. See PBE8BX8.

KNIVES for paper cutters furnished and ground.
LABOR-SAVING FURNITURE

Cherry, per font, 560 pieces, witli case $ 8 (XI

1120 " " " 15 (X)

Metal, in fonts of 25, 50, or 100 Ibs per Ib. 20

LABOR-SAVING RULE. See BI;ASS RILK.
LAMPHOLDERS-

Each $0 75

Per half dozen 3 00

LEAD CUTTERS

Barth's patent reversible knife $ 4 00

Thorp's 2 50

Little Giant Lead and Rule Cutter 8 00

Double Lever Rule and Lead Cutter 15 00

LEADS AND SLUGS-

Accurately shaved in 14-inch strips ; cut to measure at an
advance of one cent per pound.

Leads, 6 to pica and larger Per Ib . . $0 15

8 to pica 28

" 10 to pica 56

" Labor-saving, 6 to pica or larger IS

Lead and Slug Hack (Yos' 1'at.) :: 5o



LEAD MOULDS-

1<: eh $1000

LEADERS at price of Roman ; not included in fonts un-
less specially ordered.

LETTER SLUGS-

For compositor's take, each $o 10

LEY BRUSHES. See Hiti SUES.

MAILING MACHINES

Times Mailer $$Q 00

Piner's Mustang Mailer 10 00

Galleys extra, each '. o 50

Mailing Type, Dates, etc., furnished to order.

MAKE-UP RULES, STEEL-

News -. $o 30

MALLETS-

Lignum Vita.' $0 50 to $0 75

METAL FLOURISHES. Sec PLOUBISHES.

METAL FURNITURE. See LABOR-SAVING FritMTCKi:.

MITRE BOX-

Wood $o 50

Iron 3 00

MITERING MACHINE

Universal Rule shaper $25 00

rpright Mitering Machine 20 00

Rotary Mitering Machine 25 00

MITERING SAW

Each $1 50

MUSIC-

Excelsior, 26 Ibs .$ .i:: no Nonp. No. 1. :;o lbs.$ 60 00
Diamond, 30 Ibs % oo " No. 2, 30 Ibs. 6000

Agate', 30 Ibs 72 (Mi No. 3, <;o Ibs 120 00

NEWS INK. See INKS.

NONPAREIL PRESS. Sec I'I:I:SSKS.

NOVELTY PROOF PRESS. See IMtooi I'KLSSES.

OILERS-

Tin $0 15 Malleable Iron $0 50

Zinc 25 Rubber 50

OLD MATERIAL taken in exchange for new at list prices.

Type and Brass Rule per Ib. $0 08

Leads " 05

Electro-plates " 04

Stereo-plates ... " 05

Kreight deducted.
t&F~ Mark the boxes containing old type with your

name and our address. No. 201 Vine Street, weigh them,

take freight receipt, and send us duplicate.

PAPER CUTTERS-

Champion, ::o inch, rotary $30000

32 " " 350 00

36 " " 500 00

44 " " '.IIKI oo

Steam Fixtures extra 2500

Defiance. '.t-inch. lever 3000

(Jem. 30-inch, lever 150 00

Guillotine. 32-inch, power 55000

Hardy, 30-inch rotary 165 00

33-inch " 185 00

Leader. 23-inch 11-3 oo

2s-inch 170 00

30-inch 175 00

32-inch 215 00

Plow, 28-inch 40 00

Printer's, :iO-iuch. lever 175 oo

Undercut, 12-inch lever 40 00

24-inch " 85 00

28-inch " 11 "> 00

25-inch, improved 150 00

ISO-inch " 175 00

30-inch, power 500 00

34-inch - . . 600 00

PAPER CUTTER STICKS

Per dozen , . $1 50

PAPER FASTENER-

Heyl's ...$2 00

Staples No. 1, per 1,000 060

No. 2 ' " 80



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Price List of Printing Material.



i-, '-'a cts. ; *



in., 4 cts. ; % in., ."> cts. :



PATTERN LETTERS, ROMAN-

', in. to 5-16 in each $0 02

< In. to^ in " 02> 2

!-ltl in. to ^ in " 03

; , in., 3>^ cts.; J a ' in., 4 cts. ; 1 in., 4,' 2 cts. ; l 1 ^ in., 6 cts ;

I, 1 , in., 7j 3 cts. ; 2 in. ,9 cts.
Round-face Gothic :

1 in '^ cts * **' in 2 1 cts '

', in., 3> 2 cts.
Roman, Brand :

'4 in., 3 cts.; ; ' ;: in.. .". cts.; }

\ in., 6 cts.
PERFORATING MACHINES-

Ames, 3' 4 ' inch $ 2 50

Round hole, 20 inch 75 00

" 24 inch 100 00

" 28 inch 125 00

PERFORATING RULE-

Brass, per foot $015

Steel " .. 50

Cut in labor-saving lengths to order.

PIECE FRACTIONS

Per font. Per font.

Nonpareil $5 00 Long Primer $3 50

Minion 5 00 Small Pica 3 30

Brevier 3 60 Pica 3 00

Bourgeois * . 3 60 Great Primer

PLANERS

Mahogany $0 30

" with leather top . . 40

' ' curved 75

proof > 50

" with leather top 60

Jones' Pat. Rocking Proof Planer, 3,' 2 X10 in 1 50

7 X12 in ... 2 50
POINTS

For Hand Presses, per pair $0 50

PRESSES, ARMY-

6 column, complete $60 00

7 " " 85 00

PRESSES, CHROMATIC CYLINDER-

Bed, 22X37 inches $1,800 00

Same press for one color printing 1,200 00

PRESSES, CYLINDER Hand Turning-
Campbell.

No. 0. .36X52 $1,550 00 No. 5. .25X31 $1,000 00

No. 1 . .:;_' -'50 1,200 00 No. 6 . .23X28 900 00

1,10000 No. 7.. 20X25 80000



No. 2.
No. :;.



.32X48
31 -'46



1,000011 Steam Fixtures . 5000



Cincinnati Type Foundry.
Rack and Screw Distribution
Bed. Largest form printed.

is id inch ............ 24X30 inch

31X46 ". ............ 27X42 "

34X52 " ............ 30X48 "



Price.

$1,000 (K)

1,200 00

1,400 00

Boxing and Shipping included.

Kach press furnished with tapes, blankets, moulds, etc.
Table Distribution.

33X48 for hand turning 29X43 $1.000 (K)

- forpower 1,060 00

Boxing and Shipping included.
Each press furnished with tapes, blanket and cast rollers.

Four Roller Presses.
Table Distribution.

Three ;!' 4 inch Rollers ink entire form.

Inside Matter

Bearers. Printed. Price.

.22\X37 18JiX33 $

. 27X40 22X36 $

...29X41 22X37 $

. 1><)X41 25X37 $

...29X45 22X41

...29X45
...31X46
...32X46
. . .33X48



No. 1 C
N,>. 5 K
NO. 7 K
No. 1C,
No. s K
No. 8G
No. '.I I i
No. KM;
No. 11 1 1

No. 11 II 33X48

No. 12 G 33X50

No. 12 H 33X50.

No. 13 G 34X52

No. 13 II ...34X52 30X48.

No. 14 II 38X52 30 3 'X48

No. 141 38X52 34X48

No. 151 ...40X60 ..34 56



...25X41
. 26^X42
..26^X42
. .26Ji'X44.
.. .29X44
263* l' ;

29 Hi



PRESSES Couth) mil.

Four Roller Presses.

Table Distribution.
Four 314 inch Rollers ink entire form.

Inside Matter

Bearers. Printed. -Price.

No. 3 K 24X30 18KX26 $

No. 6 G 28X40 23X36 $

No. 7 H 29X41 -. .25X37 $

No. 8 H 29X45 25X41 $

No. 9 H 31X46 26^X42 $

No. 10 H 32X46 26^X42 $

No. 13 I 34X52 30X48 $

Extra Heavy Two Roller Presses.
Cylinder and Table Distribution.

Inside Matter

Bearers. Printed. Price.

No. 1 A 17X21 13X17 $

No. 2 A 19X24 12^X20 $ ..

No. 2 B 19X24 15X20 $

No. 3 B 24X30 19%X26 $

No. 3> 2 B 22%X30 17;! 2 X26 $

No. 3C 24X30 20X26 $

No. 4 B 22%X37 17> 2 X33 $

No. 5 C 27X40 20^X36 $

No. 5 E 27X40 23X36 $

No. 6 C 28X40 20^X36 $

No. 6 E 28X40 24X36 $

No. 7 C 29X41 20%X37 $

No. 7 E 29X41 24? a X37 $

No. 8 C 29X45 20%X41 $

No. 8E 29X45........ 24%X41 $

No. 10 E 32X46 24? a 'X42 $

No. 10 G 32X46 28X42 $

No. 11 E 33X48 24%X44 $

No. 11 G 33X48 29X44 $

No. 12 E 33X50 24?iX46 $

No. 12 G 33X50. 29X46 $

No. 13 G 34X52 29X48 $

No. 13 H 34X52 30X48 $

No. 14 G 38X52 29X48 $

No. 14 H 38X52 32> 2 X48 $

No. 15 H 40X60 32^X56 $. :

No. 151 40X60 36X56 $

Table distribution may be left oft' on any of the above
presses if desired. Chromatic Apparatus maybe added
to any of them.

Extra Heavy Four Roller Presses.

Cylinder and Table Distribution.
Three 3'^ inch Rollers ink entire form.


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