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Proofreader's Vacation

Dear List: This is just a note of apology to the list for the recent spate of illiterate messages that have appeared here over my signature. Yes, I do know the
David.Rose@...
Jul 10, 2001
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25497

Re: cuts?

Universal Engraving Attention: John Golightly 519 Eighth Avenue (35th - 36th Street) 19th Floor New York, NY 10011 (212) 947-5885 Scott G
David.Rose@...
Jul 10, 2001
#25497
 
25496

Re: cuts?

Hi Scott: I have always used Owosso and they are excellent. Quick, fine work and not too expensive. I am heading east in early September and hope to be in
Elspeth Pope
Jul 10, 2001
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25495

Re: Letterpress papers

Lisa, You're comments about NY Art Supply are interesting. Since I live in New York, I just went over there, and have never dealt with them on the phone.
David.Rose@...
Jul 10, 2001
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25494

Re: Libra

Thanks Stephen, Phillip and Roland, I do have a specimen showing in one of my books ("The Type Specimen Book" by V & M TYpographical) but no information save
David A. Lord
Jul 10, 2001
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25493

Re: cuts?

Scott, I have had very good service from OWOSSO GRAPHIS - www.owossographic.com Phone: (800) 444-5552 e-mail: engraver@... DOC WHITSON Docent
leland whitson md
Jul 10, 2001
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25492

Re: Miss anything?

Did You Miss Any Thing?? Well someone is trying to set up a rival Letterpress group. The Lead qestion has reared it's head again. Oh! And Hal Sterne posted
Roland A. Paquette
Jul 10, 2001
#25492
 
25491

Miss anything?

Back after 10 days or so. Did I miss anything really hot (e.g., proof Gutenberg stole all the good stuff from Jake Koster)? Fraternally, C.
chas klensch
Jul 10, 2001
#25491
 
25490

Re: Lead Poisoning

AND THESE CREDENTIALS, DEAR FRIENDS OF LETPRESS, DEMONSTRATE WHY Dr. RACHEL IS WORTH "SIXTEEN TONS" TO THIS DISCUSSION LIST .... jmm ... From: Rachel Scott
Jim Montgomery
Jul 10, 2001
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25489

Re: leading and slugs

Candace... Although not a store, probably your best bet in this region is Quaker City Type Foundry in Honeybrook PA. It's run by Bill Reiss, a top-notch fella
Ian Schaefer
Jul 10, 2001
#25489
 
25488

Re: SF Letterpress Mailing List

Libra was designed by S.H. De Roos for the Amsterdam Typefoundry in 1938. "...closely follows the pattern of uncial scripts combining the liveliness of the
Stephen O. Saxe
Jul 10, 2001
#25488
 
25487

Re: SF Letterpress Mailing List

Libra shows in the L. A. Type (Barco, F.&S.) catalog as a face made by American-Continental on German casters. They guarantee that the American cast will line
Roland A. Paquette
Jul 10, 2001
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25486

Re: more ink questions

Hi Joanna, I'm working on experiments with water miscible oil paints. (see the "Experimental Ink" thread. The first experiment without using any drier took a
Roland A. Paquette
Jul 10, 2001
#25486
 
25485

Re: lead poisoning

Ya'll got some Cheeze Grits to go with that Bacon. ~ R }:~D
Roland A. Paquette
Jul 10, 2001
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25484

Re: cuts?

Scott, Several companies are still making cuts. Check the "Cuts, Dies & Engravings" section of the Letterpress Resource Handbook:
Richard Campbell
Jul 10, 2001
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