N.Z. Printing Museum Job Case 3

fffiflffifflQue 12345678 $( )[ ]ctst
? b   c  disfg09ABCDEFG
xvu    t    4 to em
    a        r    ;:em

This New Zealand lay is shown in The Printing Museum's Wellington Centre for Book Arts in 2020 as an amendment of their Job Case 3, and also differs slightly fom the Job Case shown on The Printing Museum website in 2015. The case style is of a California Job case, with the divided boxes above the i box, and follows the U.S. style of figures in the top row of the centre bay, but for example has ffl where j would be, and Qu where k would be, so is for a specific typeface that contains Qu, ct, st. The ct and st replace an earlier amendment that showed Æ and Œ, and w and , and q and z, are swapped around, j and k found different places, and 3-to-em and en spaces are missed out

The empty case configuration is the California Job (e.g. Whetton 1946 or Lieberman 1963).

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This page was written in 2020 by David Bolton and last amended 24 February 2020.