The Toronto Lithographing Company (1878 - 1909) was regarded as the largest and most advanced lithography firm in Canada. The company printed maps, books, printed envelopes, and other materials, and, in 1898, began printing postcards. They are also known for the celebrated political posters from the 1891 election. The Toronto Lithographing Company changed its name to Stone Ltd. in 1909, and merged with their main rival in Toronto, Rolph, Smith, and Company, in 1917 to form Rolf-Clark-Stone.

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