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Gothico-antiqua design from a printing workshop established in Cracow, five years after the death of Gutenberg. The first typographer in Poland, Kasper Straube from Bavaria, brought the types with him to Cracow, and then cast new ones after the previous ones were used up. The eldest preserved print from Straube's printhouse, which operated in 1473–1477, is the Almanach Cracoviense ad annum 1474.