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SlowPrint At Hamilton Fundraiser Perks

Tokens of our esteem for our supporters and friends!

Please see the campaign at to donate (a click on titles or pictures below will get you there!)

I"m happy to consider best offers for any of these perks. Contact me

Old Books


Font Families

Level Reward

A treasured volume from my small antiquarian collection of 16th C printing, showing a lovely cut of the Aldine style italic, with vertical capitals.

Macrobii Ambrosii Avrelii Theodosii, viri consvlaris, & illustris, In Somnium Scipionis, lib. II. 

A mid-sixteenth century edition of the Roman fifth century writer Macrobius' hugely influential commentary on Cicero's In somnium Scipionis (The dream of Scipio), published in Venice by Ioannes Gryphius (after the edition pub by Seb. Gryphius in Lyon). Cicero's work, the sixth book of De re publica, describes a fictional dream vision of the Roman general Scipio Aemilianus, set in the period immediately prior to the destruction of Carthage in 146 B.C.. The commentary of Macrobius, in essence a philosophical discourse on the nature of the cosmos which promotes the paradigm of a spherical earth, first appeared in print in Venice in 1472. However, the 1483 Brescia edition was the first to contain Macrobius' world map, one of the earliest printed maps to depict the world as a globe. This map, retained in subsequent editions (including the 1556 Gryphius) is also of immense importance because it shows the hypothetical Antipodes - Terra Australis Incognita. The existence of such a landmass was posited by Macrobius on the basis that it provided the earth with equilibrium, acting as a counterbalance to the known northern landmass. The worldview of Macrobius stands alongside that of the second century Greek geographer Ptolemy - whose ideas were lost to the West until the Renaissance - as the most influential for cartography and geography prior to the Age of Discovery.  Source


"La Rhetorique de Ciceron" 

For a donation of this amount we have a lovely little late 17th Century book, "La Rhetorique de Ciceron" (The Orations of Cicero) in French and Latin parallel translation. Printed by Horace Molin in Lyon, 1692, 616 pages, bound in fine vellum, good antiquarian condition.


AMOR Carved in Marble

AMOR (Love) hand-engraved by P Fraterdeus in veined white marble 4"x12"x.25"


Julian Waters Limited Edition Print

Julian Waters contributed his stunning personal touch for a calligraphic Fraktura and uncial broadsheet. We printed 150 total, and only a few of the prints on Cartiera Magnani Revere (300gsm) are left in my archives. 13"x19"


Old Type Catalogues (3 vols)

LST Logan Square Typographers (Chicago) two volumes, over 600 pages of foundry, hot-metal and film specimens. Also included one volume of Linofilm specimens from Western Type.

Vladimir Fokanov Limited Edition Print

Over the past few years we've printed a number from the work of Belarusian artist & illustrator Vladimir Fokanov. 
Many are mythologically themed, such as this one, titled "The Rape of Europa".


ATypI 2015 São Paulo WoodType

Hanging banner printed with wood type and hand-set foundry by PF in 2015 for the #letterpressreloaded exhibition in São Paulo. The reverse is a tribute to Hermann Zapf. On Echizen Unryu-shi. Extremely limited edition.


All of the AI Fonts Listed below. (Note, "Marlowe is not listed, and others are)



AI Prospera Font Family original design by Peter Fraterdeus 1989



AIQuanta Font Family

AI Quanta Family - Original design by Peter Fraterdeus 1994


AIWoodType Font Family

AI WoodTypes original re-drawings of 19th C woodtypes from Alphabets, Inc. 1990


AI Koch Antiqua Family

AI Koch Antiqua Family Redrawn in Three Weights 



AI Neuland Font with Koch Symbols original Alphabets, Inc digital version circa 1990