Empty Czech Single Case


This Czech typecase is illustrated in Špalek: Nauka o sazbě obyčejně, tabulkově, matematiky a chemie, 1925, and is partitioned vertically into three bays and is not quite the same as the Czech Single that matches a case on display in the National Technical Museum, Prague in June 2019. Both have 125 boxes, but one divided box is in a different position. There is a Czech Single case with 130 boxes in the Museum, and a Czech Single illustrated by Zahálka, and a Czech Single illustrated by Bláha. all being the same arrangement of boxes, apart from the position of the partition divisions.

The lay of the case is Czech Single.

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