This giving season help preserve the legacy of Gutenberg and the graphic arts

Johannes Gutenberg created moveable type 573 years ago, a miraculous invention that paved the way for printing as we know it today.

We commemorate Gutenberg’s achievement with an exclusive pop-up card produced for the Museum of Printing by acclaimed designer, Julie Brumlik. This beautiful 8″ × 8″ custom-made card is our gift to you with a donation of $50 or more.

As you plan your year-end giving, please consider the Museum of Printing and help us carry on our mission to:

  • share the history of printing and the book-related arts
  • preserve letterpress, hot metal and cold type via displays and demonstrations
  • inspire and teach the graphic arts with workshops and lectures
  • build our important collections of art, artifacts, books and equipment

Contributions can be made on our website at or mailed to our business office at P. O. Box 5580, Beverly, MA 01915.

The Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 all volunteer organization and your donation is fully tax deductible. But more than that, your gift will keep giving by making our history come alive for future generations.

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