font was used in Joseph Howe's newspaper, the Novascotian, in the 1840s and the blue is based on an historic colour from that period.
There were single fonts of 24-point Caslon
Bold, 24-point Cloister, 18-point Phidian, 24-point Thorne Shaded, and other oddments I can't recall.
Type could be handwritten, created with a typewriter, or one of two fonts, Futura bold or Caslon
Biliteracy from the Start: Literacy Squared in Action, hiladelphia, PA: Caslon
imprinted with a rude old type" (132.2-4): It was not until around 1740 that "the letters cast by William Caslon
had displaced the inferior type which filled [printers'] cases" (Wroth 87-114, esp.
Participating brands initially include Topshop, Rag & Bone and Madewell, as well as the company's private label brands Caslon
In England, William Caslon
I (1692/93-1766), the founder of a printing dynasty, is credited with the introduction of English typefaces in the 18th century (9).
(Ed), Analisis de contenido de textos politicos.
El volumen, que presenta la habitual cuidada edicion en tipos Caslon
de las publicaciones del Cilengua, ha sido preparado y coordinado por Elisa Borsari (Universidad de La Rioja), una sobresaliente especialista en traduccion medieval y en humanidades digitales.
International Label is not a big company--there are only 18 employees at the company's 15,000 square foot facility--but Turk says that prior to the Caslon
, they got on the radar of several digital press manufacturers.
Set a page in Fournier against another in Caslon
and another in Plantin, and it is as if you heard three different people delivering the same discourse--each with impeccable pronunciation and clarity, yet each through the medium of a different personality.