Though the Reliefograph was made specifically for addressing newspapers, magazines and periodicals, the version with the typewriter keyboard was actually used for embossing aluminum nameplates. Both versions were produced by the Pollard-Alling Manufacturing Company of 222 West 19th St., New York. Technically speaking, only the embossing unit was called the "Reliefograph." The printing unit was called the "Addresser."
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