3 edition of Specimen of printing types by Reich, Starr & Co., stereotype and letter founders, Philadelphia found in the catalog.
Specimen of printing types by Reich, Starr & Co., stereotype and letter founders, Philadelphia
Reich, Starr & Co. (Philadelphia, Pa.)
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 45485.|
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|Number of Pages||11|
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Specimen of printing types by Reich, Starr & Co., stereotype and letter founders, Philadelphia. A tribute to Thomas Starr King by: Frothingham, Richard, Published: () In memoriam Thomas Starr King Published: (). John M. Reich and Richard Starr.
Reich "a distinguished die-sinker". Closed circa Richard Starr moved from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh where he rejoined his brother Edwin Starr (who left the Boston Type Foundry for this) and about continued the business as Edwin &.
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