dry transfer lettring


frograbbit602
 

Review of the Clover House website shows the old alphabet Railroad Roman Combined condensed bold -white dry transfer lettering set, number 9600-11, which had 1/32", 3/64",1/16" and 3/32" letters and numbers is no longer available.  Excellent to make up car end lettering decals and changing numbers.  Has  anyone found another manufacture for a source for this style lettering?

Lester Breuer



Tim O'Connor
 

Lester

That set has long been on my "I wish I'd bought a couple more sets" list!
The 9601-11 and 9601-21 are excellent for making up freight car lettering.
And Dry Transfers are the way to go for composing whole words or large numbers.

Tim O'Connor



Review of the Clover House website shows the old alphabet Railroad Roman Combined condensed bold -white dry transfer lettering set, number 9600-11, which had 1/32", 3/64",1/16" and 3/32" letters and numbers is no longer available.  Excellent to make up car end lettering decals and changing numbers.  Has  anyone found another manufacture for a source for this style lettering?

Lester Breuer


thmsdmpsy
 

I'm still working on it, maybe a reliable printer soon.  Tom Dempsey



From: "Tim O'Connor timboconnor@... [STMFC]"
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Sent: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 10:57 AM
Subject: Re: [STMFC] dry transfer lettring

 
Lester

That set has long been on my "I wish I'd bought a couple more sets" list!
The 9601-11 and 9601-21 are excellent for making up freight car lettering.
And Dry Transfers are the way to go for composing whole words or large numbers.

Tim O'Connor



Review of the Clover House website shows the old alphabet Railroad Roman Combined condensed bold -white dry transfer lettering set, number 9600-11, which had 1/32", 3/64",1/16" and 3/32" letters and numbers is no longer available.  Excellent to make up car end lettering decals and changing numbers.  Has  anyone found another manufacture for a source for this style lettering?

Lester Breuer