Services


Print Capabilities

We print all kinds of things, as long as they can be printed using letterpress techniques. We also offer small runs of hot foil stamping.

Business Cards

Stationery

Invitations

Announcements

Prints & Posters

Greeting Cards

Postcards

Coasters

Packaging & Labels

Equipment

We’ve managed to cram quite a bit of old shit in our shop. Here’s a list, including total allowable sheet area (in inches):

Heidelberg Windmill (10x15)

Chandler & Price (10x15)

Vandercook No. 4 (12x18)

Vandercook No.2 (18x24)

Conrad Etching Press (24x36)

Golding Pearl (7x11)

Iron Press (12x18)

Kensol Foil Stamper (5x7)

Miscellany

Paper

We usually have something from Crane & Co., Mohawk, Newman Paperboard and French Paper in stock. We can special order from a wide selection of letterpress-friendly stock.

Ink

We can mix any color within the primary Pantone formula guide and also carry metallic silver, gold, and copper, as well as most Pantone fluorescent (neon) colors. Most letterpress inks are translucent, and there will always be some noticeable variation in the printing process.

Pricing

Most jobs require developing a custom quote.  Contact us if you're looking for an estimate or would like to schedule a consultation.

Turnaround

Small jobs typically take 1-2 weeks once a signed estimate and deposit are received. Larger jobs typically take 3 or more weeks. Rush requests are not currently available. We do our best to reply to requests within 48 hours.

REturns

Sorry, no returns accepted on custom jobs.

Shipping

We provide shipping for custom orders. For Tampa Bay locals, prints and custom orders can be picked up  at our shop:

24 22nd Street South - St. Petersburg, FL 33712

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Learning Letterpress

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Private Lessons

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About Calusa Press

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Why the name?

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