Empty Jobbing Upper Case


This English typecase configuration is that of Miller & Richard: Specimens of Book Newspaper Jobbing and Ornamental Types (1894) and still in Printing Type Specimens (1927). It is also shown by Caslon: Specimen of Printing Types (1897).

The typecase has four rows of large boxes, and one row of small boxes, unlike Stephenson, Blake's case, which has two rows of small boxes and three rows of large boxes.

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ie with the boxes left blank
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This page was written in 1997 by David Bolton and last updated 26 April 2015.