Empty Yankee Job Case


This U.S. case configuration matches that of Barnhart Bros & Spindler, Pony Specimen, 1893, and American Type Founders, Specimen of Wood Type and Catalogue of Wood Goods and Materials, 1893, and American Type Founders (Central Type Foundry), Blue Book, 1895, and American Type Founders, Illustrated Catalogue and Price List of Printing Machinery and Supplies, Wood Goods and Wood Type, Fine Printing Inks, 1897, and Bruce Type Foundry, Handy Book of Printing Types, c.1899, and American Type Founders, Desk Book of Type and Printing Materials, 1900 and American Line Type Book, 1906, and Barnhardt Bros & Spindler, Book of Type Specimens No.9, 1907, and Hamilton Manufacturing Company: Modern Cabinets, Furniture and Materials for Printers, Catalog 14 (c.1907) and Hague, Textbook of Printing Occupations, 1922, and American Type Founders, Catalogue, 1923, and the model 2750 of Hamilton Manufacturing Co, Modern Printing Office Furniture, 1922 and Printing Plant Equipment, Type Storage Section, Catalog 16, c.1932, and Thompson Cabinet Co, Equipment for Printing Plants, Catalog 47, c.1949. The lay is Yankee Job.

There is also a Double Yankee and a Two Third Yankee version of the case. (There are alternative versions of the Two Third case, eg ATF (1923) which is more like a California, and their California which has a Yankee configuration.)

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This page was written in 1997 by David Bolton and last updated 24 January 2016.