Typo: A Monthly Newspaper and Literary Review, Volume 3
Trade Lists and Samples
Trade Lists and Samples.
Cassell & Company.—Catalogue of Lett's Diaries for 1890.
Dean & Son, 160a Fleet-street.—Catalogue of books, including the well-known colored publications for children which are a specialty of this firm.
J. S. Cook & Son, 7 Silk-st., Cripplegate, London, E. C.—A beautifully-printed catalogue of printing machinery and materials, comprising presses, paper-cutting, paging, perforating and other machines, and nearly every other appliance in use by printers.
N. Antoine & Fils, Paris (London branch, 1 Prior-st., Greenwich, S. E.)—Catalogue of writing inks, with lithographed fac-similes of labels and full-sized colored illustrations of the various bottles and jars in which their wares are put up.—By parcel post we have also sample bottles of the excellent inks manufactured by this firm.
H. S. Cropper & Co., Minerva Works, Nottingham.—Circulars illustrating improvements in the Minerva machine. The framework is now cast in a single piece, and instead of the two concentric disks, rotating in opposite directions, there are now three small disks, arranged in the form of an equilateral triangle, rotating in the opposite direction to the large disk.
Messrs Baber & Rawlings, Auckland.—Price-list of printers' sundries; also specimens of printing inks by A. B. Fleming & Co., limited, kept in stock by Messrs B. & R. The high quality of Messrs Fleming's inks needs no recommendation; but they do not appear to great advantage in this specimen, some of the pages of which are not well printed.