Cover: Jan van Krimpen in HARDCOVER

Jan van Krimpen

A Letter to Philip Hofer on Certain Problems Connected with the Mechanical Cutting of Punches

Introduction and notes by John Dreyfus

Jan van Krimpen

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$25.00 • £20.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9780976492573

Publication Date: 05/31/2005


102 pages

5 halftones

Houghton Library Publications


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A facsimile of a letter from calligrapher, typographer, theoretician, and author, Jan van Krimpen, to Paul Hofer, Curator of the Department of Printing and Graphic Arts at Houghton Library, on certain problems connected with the mechanical cutting of punches.

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