Jobbing — Lithography

Jobbing: A term for small, quick side-projects undertaken by printers, typically ephemeral in nature. The term is short for “job printing” and was a staple of printing for much of its history. It was often used by printers to earn money to pay bills and finance other, larger projects. Gutenberg himself undertook job printing, printing papal indulgences in 1454 even before he completed the first printed Bible.