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Can anyone identify this press???



Received the following today. Anyone have a clue. The image can be seen at
<http://www.philobiblon.com/whatkindofpress.jpg>.

Thanks,

Peter


>From: bpress <bpress@bestweb.net>
>To: PDV <verheyen@philobiblon.com>
>Subject: Press???
>
>
>Peter - Someone sent me the attached scan thinking it was a letterpress.
>Looks more like a clothes wringer to me, but maybe it is some other
>bookarts press. Nice piece of equipment. If this is something bookarts,
>can you help or get help from the bookarts list? I can post the jpg if
>you need to link an inquiry to a photo.  Hope all goes well. Regards
>--Elizabeth
>--
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