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Letterpress Stationery, Old School Typewriter
Letterpress Stationery, Old School Typewriter

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Letterpress Stationery, Milk Carton
Letterpress Stationery, Milk Carton

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Greeting Cards: Medieval Manuscript leaves
Greeting Cards: Medieval Manuscript leaves
Greeting Cards: Medieval Manuscript leaves
Greeting Cards: Medieval Manuscript leaves

These manuscript leaves were selected to illustrate the art of the manuscript during the period of its greatest development and influence. Held in the Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Graphic Arts Collection. Cards printed in color on front, blank inside. 8 cards, 2 each of 4 designs with envelopes.


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$7.00

Hamlet Broadside

The classic verse of empowerment from Shakespeare's Hamlet stands out boldly when printed from historic metal type at the RIT Cary Collection. This broadside is typeset in Eve Heavy, designed by Rudolf Koch in the early 1920s for the Klingspor typefoundry. It is printed on a fine quality tan laid paper, suitable for framing.


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$10.95

Letterpress Stationery, lotus flowers
Letterpress Stationery, lotus flowers

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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$2.00

Letterpress Stationery, sun
Letterpress Stationery, sun

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Letterpress Stationery, Sympathy
Letterpress Stationery, Sympathy

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Cloister Initials Poster
Cloister Initials Poster

Printing was done at the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum by Richard Kegler, during the APA Wayzgoose event. The newly cast 120 point initials were set up on a Vandercook proofing press and run with black ink on 100# Mohawk Superfine paper. The large G printed with silver ink is a photochemically etched block from the newly redrawn Goudy Initials. The colophon also printed in silver is hand set Bank Gothic and reads:


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$25.00

Letterpress Stationery, crane
Letterpress Stationery, crane

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Letterpress Stationery, Thanks for Everything, Thanks for Nothing
Letterpress Stationery, Thanks for Everything, Thanks for Nothing
Letterpress Stationery, Thanks for Everything, Thanks for Nothing

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes. Includes two "Thanks for Everything" and two "Thanks for Nothing."


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