Typo: A Monthly Newspaper and Literary Review, Volume 3
Trade Lists and Samples
Trade Lists and Samples.
Herr A. K. Hüttl, Graslitz, Bohemia, sends us a large and finely-printed illustrated catalogue and price-list of every description of musical instruments.
Messrs Klimsch & Co., Frankfurt a. M., send us two neatly-printed octavo illustrated catalogues of all kinds of printing office and stereotyping machinery and appliances.
The Victorian Paper Manufacturing Company, Limited, Barwon Paper Mills, Geelong, send us a circular relating to their white news and printing papers. The business offices of the company are at 47 Collins-st. W., Melbourne.
Mr F. Wesselhoeft, 2a Gresham Press Buildings, Little Bridge-st., London, E.C., sends a beautifully-printed price-list of German printing inks and machinery for printers and bookbinders, for which he holds the English agency.—From the same house we have a small specimen-book showing some of the fine quality printing inks of the well-known German firm of Kast & Ehinger.
Mr C. Morton, of the City Typefoundry, London, sends us his latest sheet of novelties. Among them we note the set of fourteen « Liliputiansn » (Conner's Sons), and four series of Barnhart Bros. & Spindler's most attractive ornaments. These are, the two series of « Élite, » the « Art » and the « Protean » —all of which have already been described in our pages. Mr Morton also shows one of the « Leaflet » borders, so popular in Germany and America.