Innovations In History - Prints Without Setting Type

Anybody can operate a new machine that prints 1,500 show cards a day, for it works as easily as a typewriter.

No setting of type is necessary. The device is provided with a row of holes, each representing a letter or figure.

Cards may be printed in two colors at a single operation.

According to the inventor, the device prints signs at a fraction of the cost of ordinary printing, and turns out work of more finished quality than could be done by hand. 


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