Typo: A Monthly Newspaper and Literary Review, Volume 4
Trade Lists and Samples
Trade Lists and Samples.
Conradi and Co., 3, Liesen-street, Berlin, N.—Samples of envelopes, varied tints and sizes.
From Carl Kempe, Nürnberg, we have two catalogues of stereo and electro machinery and appliances, comprising every requisite; also a number of sample sheets of his ready-made flong. We have also a copy of his excellent periodical Der Stereotypeur, which is printed in German and English.
From M. Gustave Mayeur, typefounder, Paris, we have a very neat pocket-calendar for 1891, worked in five colours, and displaying several of the house's original ornaments in combination. Among these we note a « ragged-edge » border very like that of the Cleveland Foundry, but smaller in design. Across the whole is a Japanese fan in rule-work and tint. The composition is by Mons. L. Saling, whose abilities in display and specimen work we have noticed on a former occasion.