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A Visit to the National Print Museum

I’m a big lover of type. Serif; sans-serif; kerning, everything and anything. I’d been promising to visit the Ireland’s National Print Museum LINK or a long time and I finally got around to it this week. I had a bit of a wander trying to find Garrison Chapel in Beggar’s Bush Barracks and it was tucked away in a corner.

They’ve over a half-dozen presses, all reconditioned and in perfect working order. The sheer size of these machines is something to behold. The Shaw Pen ruling Machine is simply a goliath. Who thought pen ruling used to be so difficult? There’s a couple of pics below, but there’s an album on Facebook LINK.

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