Specimen of Teniers

This type measures 8 line in size and was produced with the end-cut method. The type block is stamped The Hamilton Mfg. Co, Chicago & Two Rivers   which was used by Hamilton between 1889–1891.

This face was first shown as wood type by William Morgans and H.K. Wilcox in their 1884 Condensed Specimen Book of Wood Type.

This cut of Teniers was shown in  American Wood Type  on page 332 and in the folio on page 33.

Type name used by manufacturer:

Hamilton Teniers or  No 237

Morgans & Wilcox Teniers [3104]

Page No 165  [4237]

Tubbs No 2145

Wells Unique  or No 502 [5103]

This is the Hamilton cut.

In American Wood Type Kelly stated that this face was first shown by Hamilton in 1888.