Jan Konrad Benecke (ca. 1789–1856), punchcutter and owner of a font foundry. He came from Goslar in the Kingdom of Hanover. In 1811 he was brought to the Warsaw by the Minister of Justice – Feliks Łubieński. Benecke produced fonts for Warsaw printing houses, incl. Onufry Łątkiewicz, Józef Unger, Samuel Orgelbrand and the printing house of "Kurier Warszawski" newspaper. He cast the letters of the following scripts: Latin, Russian, Hebrew and Ancient Greek. Four of his sons worked in the company. On the Benecke family of punchcutters in: A. Tomaszewski, Giserzy Czcionek w Polsce, Ogme 2009.