But... But But... They don't sell matrices anymore! How am I
supposed to make rubber stamps with the latest and greatest fonts on
them if I can't get the matrices??? ;-P
Geek Note: My brother in law owned a rubber stamp shop for a while,
and that's one of the few industries that still uses real antique
Linotype and Intertype hot-setters on a regular basis...
You will wreck any valuable hand-set specimen cold type when you
heat it to make the Bakelite rubber stamp molds - but who cares if a
Linotype slug shrinks in the process, since it gets tossed into the
ingot furnace pot when you are done with it.