Empty Improved Jobbing Case


This English typecase construction is shown by Ullmer: Revised Illustrated Price List of New Machinery and Materials (1902), as a case useful for Jobbing Type, and made extra strong to hold founts of heavy weights, borders, etc. It is very like the Hamilton Job Case shown by American Type Founders in 1906, except Ullmer has only six rows, whereas the Hamilton has 7 rows.

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This page was written in 2013 by David Bolton and last updated 23 September 2013.