Empty Adana Junior Cases


This English typecase construction is shown by Adana in Printing Machines and Type Sundries for the Small Printer 1934 as their new wooden Junior type cases. They are 11⅜ x 7¾ inches and fit in Adana's own small cabinet. They are intended for a more economical size for small founts of type. There are three styles of case, a plain one, a 44 division one and a 28 division one, these latter two being as shown above. The suggested layouts are No.2 Layout, No.3 Layout and Combined Layout

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This page was written in 2018 by David Bolton and last updated 11 November 2018.