An Extension of your image and reputation... Since 1930
Mooney-Keehley was organized in 1930 by Mr. John O. Mooney and operated under the Mooney name until 1944. John O. Mooney quickly gained recognition as a premier engraver offering innovative, quality products at affordable prices. In 1944, Mr. Elihu
Hedges and Mr. Frank Keehley purchased the business.
Today, Mooney-Keehley serves a national account base and continues to manufacture the innovative, high quality products that John O. Mooney was known for. Mooney-Keehley operates two Cronite automatic engravers, one hand-fed Cronite engraver, three
letterpress machines, five Kluge Foil Stamping/Embossing presses and two offset presses. The facility is headquartered in Rochester, New York.
At Mooney-Keehley, we don't talk about quality – we provide it!
Mooney-Keehley offers several unique forms of printing.
For raised printing with a unique appearance and feel that's unobtainable through ordinary offset printing
For a depressed impression onto the paper, opposite of engraving for a true definition and tactic feel
The transfer of colored foils, for a shiny, metallic finish
For altering the surface of the paper, adding dimensional qualities
- Thermography - an efficient alternative to engraving
- Panel Paper - for a finish similar to embossing
- Deckled edge -for slightly torn edges
- Envelopes - no longer a high cost laborious process