Czech Single Case

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This Czech typecase lay is the Czechoslovak Norm ČSN 88 7209 as illustrated in Bláha: Přehled polygrafie, 1963. The case lay matches the construcion of Czech Single, but also the Czech Single in the National Technical Museum, Prague in June 2019 and the Czech Single of 1952, the only difference being the number of partitioned bays. The case has 130 boxes, but an earlier case and lay is the Czech Single of 1925 with only 125 boxes.

Note that Czech uses the full roman alphabet, plus accented and special letters á č ď (with Ď) é ě í ň ó ř š ť (with Ť) ú ů. Slovak adds ľ and ĺ although these two are not in the earlier 1925 case.

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This page was written in 2019 by David Bolton and last updated 12 July 2019.