Miss Cline Press is a letterpress art studio in the heart of historic Central District in Seattle.
From the owner/operator:
We are about the quiet exercise of hand-setting type, the craft of hand-cut illustrations. Human fingers touch every sheet of paper – which most often have been tore by the same hands.
In the shop, cleaning, organizing and restoring of antique type, big and small, is an on-going act. Art, on its own time, is hand-fed into two gracious turn-of-the-century presses. Out comes broadsides of all sizes, and also cards, notepads, letter sets. Followed and preceeded by curiosity and enjoyment.
Our Peerless is a 8"x12" little beast. She prints quietly and operates lightly. This one is from circa 1860's and it's informally said to be the oldest in its category in the Seattle area.
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