Johann Haller (* 1463 in Rothenburg whether that deaf ones; " 1525) are considered as a founder of the printing in Poland.
After its study at the university Krakau acted Haller first with wine, copper and tin, before he became active as publishers of printing elements and later than printers arose. Its first printed products were measuring books, it followed Breviere for the clergymen. Haller acquired monopoly-like pressure privileges for six whereby he protected himself against competition. Haller expanded its business soon since scientific books such as writings over astronomy, mathematics, philosophy and law and since the pressure of royal and church statutes.
When its masterpiece applies first, illustrated for book, which published Haller. It contained 354 sheets with woodcuts. Haller manufactured altogether 3,530 pressure elbow.
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