Empty Jobbing Upper Case


This English typecase configuration is that of Stephenson, Blake & Co: Printing Material & Machinery (1922) and also a later, but undated, Caslon: Composing Room Equipment. It is intended for capitals or metal poster type, etc.

The case differs from Miller & Richard's Jobbing Upper, in that it has two rows of subdivided boxes, then three rows of single boxes, whereas M&R have four rows of single boxes and one row of subdivided boxes.

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This page was written in 1997 by David Bolton and last updated 27 November 01.