He likewise uses the hand-press proofs of the picture as a guide in mixing his inks.
Hamlen has a hand-press and a miniature bindery, and has made some really exquisite volumes.
A piece of paper is then laid on the plate and the two passed through a hand-press.
"Country weeklies and Washington hand-press dailies, of course," says I when we was ready to make contracts.
This having been done, insert the book into the hand-press and mark correctly how far the gilding is to be done.
He could only set up four pages of type, and only print copies with a hand-press.
We were very vain of that press, which replaced the hand-press hitherto employed in printing the paper.
A hand-press occupied the centre of the interior, the back of which was partitioned off, and marked 'private.'
Twenty-five copies on vellum and five on Holland, printed on a hand-press by Maeterlinck for private circulation.
A pressman in my employ has worked at a hand-press twenty-four hours continuously, before publishing day.