Type-in stationery - letterpress printed - typewriter paper - 30 sheets

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Made in Chestertown, Maryland

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On December 7, 2012, Thread Lock Press co-hosted its first type-in and letter-writing social with Annie of Scribbling Glue. This stationery was printed for this special event. It was a hell of a party, but I printed enough stationery that there were still plenty of leftovers.

Want to host your own type-in? Start with some with some witty letterpress-printed stationery from Thread Lock Press!

Read more about letter-writing with Annie of Scribbling Glue at scribblingglue.wordpress.com

Technical Details:
Each sheet of letterpress-printed stationery is 6” x 11” of genuine Eaton Berkshire 25% cotton typewriter paper. The stationery text and female typist image were printed by hand on a Chandler & Price Pilot press with black rubber-based ink. Text reads: “It was a Grand Night Out for a Type-In. Thread Lock Press – Chestertown, Maryland.” This listing is for a set of 30 sheets.

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
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I will ship items on the next business day following the receipt of payment. Broadsides and typewriter trading cards will be shipped in a photo mailer to prevent bending and creasing. Books, typewriter cozies, and printer's aprons will be shipped via first-class mail in a bubble-wrap mailer. I will be using tracking through USPS, where applicable.


I am set up to accept personal checks, Paypal, credit cards, and Etsy gift cards. I will require payment to be received before I ship any items. Any other questions, please convo me!

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I'm always open to negotiation. Just let me know the problem and we'll work it out!

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I am absolutely open to custom orders, so if you have an idea, feel free to ask me! I don't mind any serious (or even not so serious) questions.