seriffed


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seriffed

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serifed

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(of a letter or typeface) having serifs
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The gravestones demonstrated a fine use of a seriffed letter combined with italics and the carefully judged use of swash letters, all balanced with illustrative material where necessary.
The text is set in a bewildering (albeit fashionable) mix of seriffed and sans serif types, and the rigid grid structure creates some unsolved problems in placing the illustrations: in the front matter, many of the pages are two-thirds blank, with the sad-looking little text creeping along the bottom, and in the rest of the book perhaps as many as a fourth of the illustrations are set at a ninety-degree angle.
Whereas Gray had focused on the sans serif letter that Ghiberti and Donatello pioneered in Florence between 1410 and 1430, Mardersteig shifted the emphasis to seriffed capitals constructed along geometric lines that appeared after the middle of the century.