Empty Dutch Four Fount Case


This Dutch typecase configuration matches a case in use at the Avalon Pers, in the Netherlands, in 1997. It is similar in concept to the Four Fount Case of Miller & Richard, but has 6 rows in each bay, rather than 4 rows (ie 42 boxes per bay, rather than 28 boxes). However, it might also represent a Double Upper, or Double Script style of case. It is 325/8 by 207/8 inches in size.

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This page was written in 1998 by David Bolton and last updated 13 April 2009.