Transfer Type

Letters, numbers and symbols on clear sheets, which can be applied to many surfaces, by rubbing or burnishing after positioning. Sometimes used in composition for special symbols not available on our equipment; also knows as Visi-Type or other trade names.

Type, carried on sheets, that can be transferred to a working surface by cutting out self-adhesive letterforms (cut-out lettering), or by burnishing (pressure-sensitive lettering).

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