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Mark Herschede
10 years ago

(Also the front of the feed board looks to bend down the way a 320 feed board does, or am I just examining pixels with a magnifying glass?)

Mark Herschede
10 years ago

Plaid shirt’s press could be a 320-G? The ink train appears to be behind the impression cylinder and the carriage side view resembles a 320 I have seen without the delivery attachment…

Fritz Klinke
10 years ago

The lockup looks a lot better than what we see today as in cruising flickr’s letterpress group site, but why to one side of the bed? The kid with the swept back hair with his hand on the press handle looks to be about 18 so would be in his late 60s now. I wonder how his printing career progressed. The presses age much more gracefully than the people–and people repair parts tend to be made out of titanium, rather than aluminium, steel, and brass for the Vandercooks.

Eric Holub
10 years ago

. . . and your bearings lubricated!

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