addressograph An addressing-machine for printing addresses.
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The Addressograph was an early 20th century addressing machine by which printed matter, not necessarily limited to addresses, could be put on paper by the use of embossed metal printing plates. Different matter was printed at each stroke of the machine at speeds varying from 500 to 7,000 items each hour, according to the particular type of machine
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An addressograph is an address labeler and labeling system. In 1896, the first U.S. patent for an addressing machine, the Addressograph was issued to Joseph Smith Duncan of Sioux City, Iowa. It was a development of the invention he had made in 1892. His earlier model consisted of a hexagonal wood block onto which he glued rubber type which had bee
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