Empty Czech Russian Single Case


This Czech typecase is for Russian, for use by Czech typesetters, and is illustrated in Zahálka: Přehled knihtisku, 1952. It has 127 boxes, and is partitioned vertically into three bays, and horizontally into an “upper” with five rows of boxes, and then a “lower” section. It is not quite the same as the Czech Single also illustrated by Zahálka:, but for Czech, as that has 130 boxes.

The layout of the case is Czech Single.

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This page was written in 2019 by David Bolton and last updated 14 July 2019.