List of old/antique printmaking equipment, for sale

The equipment on this page is for sale. Updated February 17th 2019. All prices excl. 21% VAT.
Polymetaal can assist in moving and/or installing the equipment.

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There are again used lithography rollers available. Click on the images above for more information


Lithographic press Steinberg and Stolberg. Maximum stone size 88 x 100 cm
Euro 1800,-- Click on image
Width 130 cm (incl. handle), Height 220 cm, Length 230 cm. Weight appr. 400 kg .


Very special lithographic press. Made in France by Bouzard. Made of cast iron. Bed size 60 x 65 cm. Outside dimensions Width 85 cm, Length 160 cm, Height 120 cm. Weight appr. 250 kgs. Price 1800,-- Euro , excl. VAT. Press is in excellent condition and will be serviced before delivery.


Air powered chain hoist. Capacity appr. 500 kgs.
To be used in environments with potential explosive gases, like garages, some warehouses, etc.
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Krause etching press, belonged to the well-known Dutch printmaker Hermanus Berserik (1921-2002). Bed size (steel) 66 x 128 x 3 cm. Gearing system.Total width 110 cm, Total length (wheel) 190 cm, Total height 210 cm. Euro 3500 excl. VAT


Peter van Ginkel, Acid system with rim exhaust, capacity 60x80cm. Complete with plastic cover, flexible hose and 230 Volt plastic fan.
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We have hundreds of lithographic stones in stock. Lately we discovered a source with hundreds of big lithographic stones
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Fan, made of welded plastic. Acid resistant. Was once part of a Peter van Ginkel acid bath with rim exhaust. 230 Volt.
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Please check the 6 wooden lithographic presses below. About eight years ago we bought them, in pieces, in France. They came from the Maeght lithographic workshop in Paris. We have to realize we do not have the time to restore all these presses, but we do not want to scrap them either. So, we are looking for a new home for all of these presses, to be finally restored. Every reasonable bid will be considered, the survival of these presses is more important than the money. Please respond to info@polymetaal.nl


(Press #1) We are working on the restauration of a lot of presses we acquired some years ago from "Atelier Maeght" in Paris. Let us know when you are interested to buy one of those presses.
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(Press #2) We are working on the restauration of a lot of presses we acquired some years ago from "Atelier Maeght" in Paris. Let us know when you are interested to buy one of those presses.
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(Press #3) We are working on the restauration of a lot of presses we acquired some years ago from "Atelier Maeght" in Paris. Let us know when you are interested to buy one of those presses.
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(Press #4) We are working on the restauration of a lot of presses we acquired some years ago from "Atelier Maeght" in Paris. Let us know when you are interested to buy one of those presses.
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(Press #5) We are working on the restauration of a lot of presses we acquired some years ago from "Atelier Maeght" in Paris. Let us know when you are interested to buy one of those presses.
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(Press #6) We are working on the restauration of a lot of presses we acquired some years ago from "Atelier Maeght" in Paris. Let us know when you are interested to buy one of those presses.
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