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  • John Jarrold Printing Museum


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    From the invention of typesetting with moveable types by Gutenberg in the middle of the fifteenth century, until the advent of the computer some five hundred years later, printing had been a highly skilled but labour intensive process. The John Jarrold Printing Museum is a window on the many hours and variety of skills that were involved in printing before they were made obsolete by advancing technology. The Museum is open from 09.30 to 12.30 every Wednesday and by special arrangement. 


    United Kingdom
    Started: 1982

    Whitefriars, Norwich, England, NR3 1SH, United Kingdom

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