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Letterpress/typography terms in common English

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Hey Ralf,

When you say "common English", do you mean language used to describe typography and letterpress by the laymen so-to-speak, as opposed to experts?

If so, in my experience the following terms are commonly used:

bleed, embossed, copy, double-sided, finish, gilt-edge, landscape, litho, proof, run-on, script

Hope that helps somehow? :happy:

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