Empty German Single Case


This German typecase configuration was in the collection of In de Bonnfant in the Netherlands in 2004 and is now in use at the Alembic Press in 2009. It is similar to the German case also at In de Bonnfant, and used for Fraktur faces, but has more divided boxes, with a total of 120 boxes. It also differs from the rather similar case of Kollecher & Matuschke in 1956, which has 125 boxes, and is used for Antiqua (i.e. Latin) faces.

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This page was written in 2009 by David Bolton and last updated 17 April 2009.