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The Monotype System: A Book for Owners &…

The Monotype System: A Book for Owners & Operators of Monotypes (1912)

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"The word Monotype means much more than the name of a machine; it includes a complete system of composing room practice based on the work of the Monotype both as a composing machine and as a type caster."
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The Monotype, two machines in one, is both a type caster and a composing machine; it is the only machine that delivers new type in justified lines on ordinary calleys; it is the only mechanical means for producing printing surfaces superior to hand-set foundry type, the only composing machine that handles straight and intricate matter with equal facility.
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