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Typography
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Varigraph
contributed by Jim Clauss


In 1948 Cummings Enterprises manufactured the "Varigraph". This was an instrument used to produce black and white headlines for graphic artists, sign painters, screen printers, schools, print shops, etc. until the 1980s when computers took over. Approximately 6 1/2" x 7"x 1".


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