Empty Monotype Correcting Case


This U.S. layout is shown in Hamilton Manufacturing Company: Modern Cabinets, Furniture and Materials for Printers Catalog 14, c. 1907. It was designed to save floor space and time in correcting Monotype matter, with a sloping space rest for a galley built in, and with the distance the compositor's hand had to travel reduced to a minimum.

The case is for l.c. and figures, etc., and the type lay is Monotype Correcting.

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This page was written in 2015 by David Bolton and last updated 20 August 2015.