- letterer-siwe disease,
- letters of administration,
- letters of credence,
- letters patent,
- letters testamentary
Origin of letterpress
Examples from the Web for letterpress
When we got engaged three years ago, talk of caterers and florists and letterpress invitations occupied us at these gatherings.When Did "Married Without Children" Become Gauche?|Rachel Shukert|November 15, 2008|DAILY BEAST
The last of the letterpress was issued in 1765, but it was 1772 before the subscribers received the final volumes of the plates.
The very best collection of illustrations, but not so trustworthy in letterpress.The Private Life of the Romans|Harold Whetstone Johnston
We must add that the letterpress is not unworthy of the humour and fidelity of the illustrations.
- a method of printing in which ink is transferred from raised surfaces to paper by pressure; relief printing
- matter so printed