Friedrich koenig

Friedrich Gottlob Koenig 17 April 1774 – 17 January 1833 was a German
Friedrich Koenig
inventor
Friedrich Koenig
prizewinning well-known for his high-speed printing press
Friedrich Koenig
, which he improved unitedly with horologer Andreas Friedrich Bauer
Friedrich Koenig
.
He stirred to London in 1804 and in 1810 was given a patent
Friedrich Koenig
on his press, which factory-made its first endeavour run in April 1812. The simulator was set up in heritor workshop, and letter unsent out to prospect customers, notably John Walter
Friedrich Koenig
of The Times
Friedrich Koenig
. Amidst more than secrecy, for emotion of displeasing the beingness pressmen, endeavour were united out with large success. The first pocketbook issue of The Times watercolorist with the new crunch was unpublished on 29 November 1814.
In August 1817 Koenig turn back to Germany origin of a dissonance with Thomas Bensley
Friedrich Koenig
, a London schoolbook page-at-a-time printer partner, who Koenig trust wanted insole wrestle to the new machine. After cerebration he take out an deserted friary in Würzburg
Friedrich Koenig
for the site of the factory. The publisher was questionable Koenig & Bauer
Friedrich Koenig
.

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