Bauersche Gießerei in Frankfurt am Main, Folio Type Specimen

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The Bauer Type Foundry (German: Bauersche Gießerei) was a German type foundry founded in 1837 by Johann Christian Bauer in Frankfurt am Main.

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Bauersche Gießerei in Frankfurt am Main, Folio Type Specimen
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