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Pirassoipi- Arabic myth: a unicorn type animal with two horns instead of one. Its body is as big as a mule and it's as hairy as a bear.

Richard Pynson's Mark - Richard Pynson (1448-1529) was from Normandy, but that didn’t prevent him becoming printer to Henry VII, in 1506, and he continued as King’s Printer for Henry VIII. This position gave him printing control over legal documents, which became one of the key warrants to hold. Pynson set up shop next to the church of St Dunstan in the West, in Fleet Street, close to the lawyers of the Temple.

Notable printers' marks. Historically, a printer’s mark is a symbol identifying a particular printer, such a mark was often an element of a larger pictoral image called a device.

Silhuette of unicorn as a symbol of uniqueness and in the negative space is a lightbulb as a symbol of idea.