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     The two shields: Pen and Scroll, Urim we Thummim.
     On the roof of the Reading Room: a grotesque from the Tenison Psalter.
     On the roof of Yale Memorabilia: two grotesque animals from Ars Moriendi and the Tenison Psalter.

COURT NO. I.—PRINTING AND THE
GRAPHIC ARTS

(Linonia and Brothers, Main Hall, Administration Offices.)

SOUTHEAST  ENTRANCE

       Gutenberg and his press, with the following inscription 
taken from the colophon of Johannes Balbus's Catholicon printed in 1460, and attributed to Gutenberg's press:

NON CALAMI STILI AUT PENNAE SUFFRAGIO
SED MIRA PATRONARUM FORMARUMQUE
CONCORDIA PROPORTIONS ET MODULO
     Two shields, one on each side of the arch of the entrance: Head of Gutenberg, "In the beginning was the Word."
     Four bosses, in the arch: mallet and shooting-stick, galley, ink-ball, type mould.
     South wall, on the entrance hall: four high panels, with mottoes of famous printers:
Anchora Spei [Thomas Vautrollier].
Bonté et Valeur [L'Imprimerie Royale].
Praestat [Jean Blaeu].
Qui Legit Regit [Roberts Brothers]. 

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