M & H Type
Mackenzie & Harris
The oldest and largest letterpress type foundry in the U.S.
M & H is hosting the 2018 American Typecasting Fellowship Conference.
Click below to find out more about our Centennial.
Celebrate a century of continuous operation by the nation’s oldest and largest typefoundry, M&H (Mackenzie & Harris). Designated an “irreplaceable cultural treasure” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Mackenzie & Harris was established with demonstration Monotype machines from the Panama Pacific International Exposition’s Palace of Machinery. These have been preserved as part of the historic foundry, still in operation on a full-time basis, where handset and composition “hot metal” type is manufactured for the Arion Press and other letterpress customers.
Save 25% with Starter Set Font Specials
For a limited time, you can order a set of 12 and 18 pt. "Starter Set" fonts of selected popular typefaces, and save 25% off the regular prices. These are perfect for printers just getting started with letterpress, as well as for those wanting to add a new type style to their shops. Order online now.
Save 15% on featured Handy Fonts: @@@!
Need some @ symbols to set all those email addresses? M & H Type offers a choice of three Handy Fonts with a variety of sizes and a choice of Roman or Sans Serif styles. For a limited time, save 15%. Order online now.
PUBLIC TOURS OF THE FOUNDRY
M & H TYPE APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
Training in both the typefoundry (casting) and pressroom (typography and letterpress printing). Candidates must be interested in doing both. Applicants should send a letter and CV by post.
M & H Type, the oldest and largest surviving type foundry in the United States, offers paid apprenticeships for intensive work and training in typography, typecasting, and Monotype composition that will lead to long-term employment. Commitment is for a minimum four years of employment: two years in apprentice status, followed by at least two years in journeyman status.
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