There are very few people in this world that are actually interested in the Linotype, and even fewer that are willing to take one home and keep it safe for an indefinite amount of time. These are very large machines, and they take up a significant amount of space. It is my hope that by raising awareness of the current state of the Linotype population, that increased interest in the machine can be created.
The bulk of the serial numbers in the registry were collected and provided by Dave Seat of Hot Metal Services. The model descriptions and productions dates were curated from the personal papers of the late Leonard Spencer by Bill Spurling of linotype.org
Experience has shown me the best way to handle communication is via e-mail. Here is my e-mail address: (To prevent spam, it's an image, so unfortunately copy and paste won't work)
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