Manual printing press that uses pressure to print, on paper, an image created on a lithographic stone.
Device fitted with a toothed gearwheel used to move the press bed.
Movable plate supporting the lithographic stone and the paper.
Exceedingly fine-grain limestone that absorbs both grease and water; it is the surface on which the figure is created.
Round metal parts over which the press bed slides.
Metal tube to which the wheels are attached.
Metal structure of the press.
Piece of leather-covered wood that slides over the lithographic stone and exerts pressure.
scraper bar holder
Piece that holds the scraper in place.
Piece that regulates the pressure on the scraper.
It manually controls the gearbox.
Arm that is pulled to exert the pressure needed to transfer the ink from the figure to the paper.