The De Antiquitate is believed to have been the first book printed at a private press in England.
About 1648, schoolmaster as he was, he set up a private press.
The heart has been provisionally deposited in a private press in the sacristy.
He made his own ink, manufactured his own paper, and with a private press worked off his own notes.
Here also he set up a private press, at which he printed many of his own works.
In this book, poorly printed, and apparently on a private press, Mephistopheles is mentioned as one of the chief Princes of Hell.
They were thence translated into English by Mr. Johns, and printed at his private press at Hafod, in 1807.
Burke had all his principal works printed two or three times at a private press before submitting them to his publisher.
This is a pretty little volume of graceful poems, printed "at the author's private press, for private distribution only."
In France he had a private press in his house in Passy, on which he printed “bagatelles.”