Hi, I have recently moved from Seattle area to South West Germany (between Saarbucken and Frankfurt). I was wondering if anyone would have any knowledge ofMessage 1 of 2 , Aug 11, 2011View SourceHi, I have recently moved from Seattle area to South West Germany (between Saarbucken and Frankfurt). I was wondering if anyone would have any knowledge of printing or paper sources or other letterpress artists in the area? I speak a little bit of German but not too much, making it difficult to search through the internet.
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Thanks for any help anyone can offer.
Mika: There is an online letterpress site http://www.bleisatzkontor.de/ but it is entirely in German & it doesn t have an English option. The former owner,Message 2 of 2 , Aug 11, 2011View Source
Mika: There is an online letterpress site http://www.bleisatzkontor.de/ but it is entirely in German & it doesn’t
have an “English” option. The former owner, who passed away a year or so ago, was fluent in English. They
sell Schriften (type) Mobilar (cabinets, furniture), Fachliteratur (printing books), & there is a Schriftenmuster (type list).
They used to take PayPal & they were representatives for the now defunct Bauer Foundry in Barcelona & the
still operating museum foundry Schriftenservice D. Stempel http://www.schriftenservice-d-stempel.de/ where
they have a regular monthly offer called Angebot (offering) des Monats Oktober which is Claudius Fraktur by
Rudolf Koch, something called Paganinni & Aldus Buchschrift (Aldus text). There is also a Swiss operation which
acquired the Harold Berliner Type Foundry ( Nevada City CA ) & moved it to Switzerland ; they sell type & can
be found in English & German at http://www.parnassia.org/english/index.html They have a good link page to
some things in the area & Germany . I believe English is not much of an option with D. Stempel, but you could
try. They have outstanding types perfectly cast. The Bleisatz (Blei: lead; Satz: setting) Kontor (shop) is in the
vicinity of Ulm . The types offered by Bleisatz are all used & antiquarian. I have found some real treasures in