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    Printer Stan Lane checks the lettering produced by a composition caster at Gloucester Typesetting Services in Stonehouse, England, on Feb. 27, 2017. Stan Lane, who runs the last commercial Monotype business in Britain, started his career in 1954 as an apprentice aged 16. He is one of very few people still working in hot-metal lead type and is probably the last of the famous Monotype artisan print setters who still works for publishers and private customers. (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
    Printer Stan Lane checks the lettering produced by a composition caster at Gloucester Typesetting Services in Stonehouse, England, on Feb. 27, 2017. Stan Lane, who runs the last commercial Monotype business in Britain, started his career in 1954 as an apprentice aged 16. He is one of very few people still working in hot-metal lead type and is probably the last of the famous Monotype artisan print setters who still works for publishers and private customers. (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
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