Hand set type in the age of the computer / Paul Hayden Duensing

Hand set type in the age of the computer

Hand set type in the age of the computer, a statement by Paul Hayden Duensing was issued in October of 1987 to commemorate the twelfth anniversary of The Bieler Press (Los Angeles).

Illustrated with an engraving of ‘the manner of holding the composing stick’ (based on a woodcut from Joseph’s Moxon’s 17th-century manual on printing). Handset in Monotype Calligraphia and letterpress printed in two colors (engraving in pale gray) on Arches Cover mouldmade acid-free paper.

Broadside measures 13 by 10 inches. Published in an edition of 200 copies. $29.95.