This is a term used in letterpress printing, which refers to a space reserved for the insertion of last-minute items. Every two years, AMR Logan Press produces a printed journal called Letterpress Today. Please ask for a copy when you visit Crown Works in Finedon.
Patrick made a pattern and took it to one of our favourite foundries to have three gripper fingers cast in brass. Guy finished them on the milling machine and Patrick polished them ready to be fitted by Giles and Theo.
Patrick and Guy took a trip to local steel stockholders and came back with some big heavy steel offcuts to make a bracket for an Albion bed. It will be drilled in position and fitted by Giles and Theo.
The November 2020 edition of Letterpress Today is available… please ask for your copy.
AMR Logan Press has been busy creating a capable engineering workshop and showroom for letterpress and printmaking presses and equipment. At the same time, website designer and developer Matt Lane designed and built this website.
Although new to the world of social media, AMR Logan Press now has about 2,000 followers on Instagram under the name of amr_logan_press … www.instagram.com/amr_logan_press
Patrick Roe is writing a book on Josiah Wade and the Arab printing press. Although research has slowed because of other distractions, he has set up a Victorian office in Dunkirk Mills, Halifax, the building Josiah Wade owned from 1903.