The mark or impression of something; stamp; impressed sign; emblem.
Form or character impressed; style; semblance.
A raised letter, figure, accent, or other character, cast in metal or cut in wood, used in printing.
Such letters or characters, in general, or the whole quantity of them used in printing, spoken of collectively; any number or mass of such letters or characters, however disposed.
A group of chain letters with easily recognized and persistent features that distinguish these letters from others in the same niche. The broadest classification of chain letters within a motivational category. A type may or may not be a descent group. The Good Luck type probably is not since it excludes the Prosperity type which likely descended from a Good Luck variation. The concept of a "type" does not work so well for mainline luck chain letters from 1940 - 1970, though further collecting may clarify types in this period. CLEVO
Small blocks of metal or wood with raised letters, figures, or punctuation on them used for printing.
A basic design of a stamp or a set. Catalogues use type numbers or letters to save space. Catalogues show a typical design of one type rather than every stamp with that design or a similar design.
a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities); "a real character"; "a strange character"; "a friendly eccentric"; "the capable type"; "a mental case"
printed characters; "small type is hard to read"
a small metal block bearing a raised character on one end; produces a printed character when inked and pressed on paper; "he dropped a case of type, so they made him pick them up"
write by means of a keyboard with types; "type the acceptance letter, please"
a way characters look
A size or style of typewritten or printed character. For example, a serif type (or typeface), a sans-serif type, 10 point type, 14 point type.
The type is the actual lettering that is used to stamp words onto objects.
show HIDE Printed letters or characters.
Printed or typewritten letters or characters. As early as AD 400, the Chinese printed entire pages of characters through the use of wooden blocks. Johann Gutenberg cast the first metal type in the 15th century.
A character used in printing. Generally of metal, each one is nearly or approximately an inch high, and rectangular in shape.
A number, letter or glyph drawn in a huge variety of designs, sizes and weights that belongs to a type family.
A column contains information in one of four types: character, date, number or long. The operations users can perform on the contents of a column depend on the type of information it contains. See also Format.
A data element may contain data values of the following types: character, date, integer, time, real, etc. Definitions for the types currently in use are given below; other definitions will be added as needed. Alpha: all items in this field type are letters of the alphabet; no other ASCII characters are included. Character: items in this field type can include any of the ASCII characters, such as letters of the alphabet, numbers, punctuation markings, etc. Integer: a subset of numeric (see below), where decimal places are not used: a whole number. Numeric: all items in this field type are numeric digits or items relating to numeric digits, such as a plus sign (+), minus sign (-), or decimal place(.) marker. Real: a subset of numeric that requires decimal places. The number of places should be defined.