- Additional Authors
- 1 sheet ( p.) : ill.; 45 x 30 cm.
- Uniform Title
- American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 13838.
- Souvenirs (Keepsakes)
- Wood-engravings with caption, "The old Ephrata printing press, on which the Declaration of Independence was printed, and the original house, no. 702 Market Street, in which it was actually written by Thos. Jefferson," engraved by Smith Bros., Philadelphia. "Copyright secured."
- "This press was loaned by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania to Messrs. Rex & Bockius, 614 Filbert Street, inventors of printing presses, gas machines and other inventions, and exhibited by them, in contrast with modern machinery, at the Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, May 10th to November 10th, 1876, at which exhibition this sheet was printed upon it."
- Another issue has "The Declaration of Independence, in Congress, at Philadelphia, July 4, 1776" printed on the verso.
- Text in three columns; printed area measures 39.2 x 24.0 cm.
- Reproduction (note)
- Electronic text and image data.
The Old Ephrata printing press. [electronic resource] : This unpretentious piece of machinery has passed through various hands for nearly a century and a half, until some fours years ago it was bequeathed to the Historical Society of the state of Pennsylvania by Mr. P. Martin Heitler, of Ephrata, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. ...
[Philadelphia : s.n., 1876]
American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 13838.
Electronic text and image data. [Chester, Vt. : Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., 2005. Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text. (American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 13838).
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- Place of Publication
United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia.
- Added Author
Rex & Bockius.
Smith Bros. (Philadelphia, Pa.), engraver.