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Re: OT: lettering forms



Chartpac & Letraset were a couple. Charrettes in Cambridge and NYC , Sam
Flax, A.I.Friedman etc, all carried that stuff.  Maybe they could give you
some more useful information. Those products tended to dry out and become
unusable over time, so back stock may be hard to find.

Good luck

Jim Ann

----- Original Message -----
From: ~k <katgra@EARTHLINK.NET>
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Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2000 3:50 AM
Subject: Re: OT: lettering forms


> Letraset?
>
> >>Even the name of the company would help -- I don't think they were
> >>C-line, but I'm drawing a total blank on what they were!  I need a
highly
> >>specialized set.
>
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