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Gregory Jackson Walters has an extensive collection of Barth casters, including the largest surviving Barth: the 72 point machine. He's posted photos of this machine on his flickr photostream (which is otherwise notable for some very beautiful pages from European type specimen books).
Fritz Klinke, proprietor of NA Graphics, has these photos of Barths in his flickr photostream:
Chris Chen at 16 pt Barth caster working on [casting the type] Franciscan, Howell, Jan 2006: https://www.flickr.com/photos/53177163@N00/95928824/in/photolist-5bnNRr-5bnMaB-5bs4ZS-5bs3t3-bgwioT-H5D19-fpBYrr-fpBYFM-bun97U-boRqAb-9tEif-aBgzYj-9uzyr-yUJtG-62Jqqx/ (It shows a good view of the rack for receiving the type sticks.)
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