Ink Echoes Press


Included in the 1982 edition of the International Register, the source of the online edition. Details.

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The Ink Echoes Press was started in 1940 by Gene Remignanti of Pocono Pines, PA. He was a retired brass and steel die engraver, and a commercial lettering artist who classified himself as a “hobby printer”. In his shop he used a 6” x 10” Baltimore side-lever press, and printed from about 30 fonts of type, as well as his own hand-engraved brass dies, and linoleum blocks. As member No. 59 he published a periodical for the APA called Ink Echoes.