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  • Janae Lee
    1 year, 2 months ago

    $1,000. Built in 1889 (Serial No 1766) and still works like a charm! Has double ink disc, upper and lower feed tables, and impression counter. I’ve been using it for three years to create art prints, but it would print great with a Boxcar base and polymer plates. Just set it up, ink it up, and start printing!

    • Set of three rubber rollers (purchased new in 2017 from Ramco Rolles)
    • Treadle peddle from Hern Iron Works
    • Two 10×15” chases
    • Motor (previous owner said it works but I never used it)
    • Foot brake (unmounted, presumably for use with motor)
    • Gear Cam Wheel Guard (removed for easier oiling access)
    • Cabinets of furniture and reglet
    • High-speed quoins and key
    • Metal type in 5-drawer case
    • Bonus: Handi-Scor machine, can of ink, oil can

    Weighs approximately 1500 lbs. Buyer is responsible for pickup, packaging for transport, etc. Relatively easy pick-up from a clean garage with level concrete floor. Also includes four steel pipes for old-school rolling and loading. Located in northern Minnesota, near Duluth.

    Pics available for serious inquiries.

    Janae Lee
    1 year, 1 month ago

    This press is now SOLD.

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