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Speedball Linoleum Cutters

by (Printmaking)


C. Howard Hunt Pen Company, ca. 1940's. Very Good +. Single sheet folded, 4pp. Product catalog. Slightly creased. In 1936 the C. Hunt Pen Company became America's first large manufacturer of inexpensive accessories for linoleum block printing, a popular school craft. Henry Frankenfield, printmaker and art educator, developed the line. In 1916 the company began producing the Speedball pen.

Book Details

  • Speedball Linoleum Cutters by (Printmaking)
  • Bookseller: Book Patrol US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 2069
  • Title: Speedball Linoleum Cutters
  • Author: (Printmaking)
  • Book condition: Very Good +
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: C. Howard Hunt Pen Company
  • Date published: ca. 1940's
  • Keywords: printmaking, linocuts, ephemera

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