I’ve created a new—and perhaps overdue—page offering guidance on press value. Note that I am not providing price ranges. While I do some brokering of presses and keep my ear to the ground, I don’t have the time or inclination to
There’s a chance that I’ll be selling my Vandercook 320 for a smaller press. I just replaced the rollers, and it’s in great working condition. What do you think I could start by asking for it? I’d only sell if
Hi Everyone, I’m looking into purchasing an older Vandy #3, but it has a broken handle, please see the photo. The seller split the press into two pieces (press bed and carriage) so that’s what shown in the photo. Does
#4 Proving Machine available, would like advice of selling it.
I think this one set a new Vandercook record. $10,100.53 Looks like a nice press. I’d love to have that adjustable bed.
My father had this press in his studio. S/N 8774. He was a graphic designer and used the press for making type galley proofs for small ads. It’s been in storage for 15 years. I’d like to find a home/sell
This is my first post. I went through the pictures on the Vandercook web site and the proof press we have looks like the 11×25 1/2 Trip Action Vandercook Proof Press. I am a 4th generation printer in Cincinnati OH.
I’ve located another table top press in the san francisco area. I’ve looked it up in the models index and it appears to be the second generation with the grippers but it does not have the inking tray. He’s asking
Howdy Vandercookers! I was directed here by Daniel Morris of The Arm Letterpress. I’ve found a Potter Proof press locally in NJ and am considering purchasing it. Most of my work is small-run and wood-type based, so having a printing
Dear All I am considering selling my 2 Vandercooks to my employer. (Read: “I needs the cash!”) As I don’t keep up with recent Vandercook sales & prices anymore, I am curious what any of you might think they are