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Published by [s.n.] in Birmingham .
Written in English


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A connoisseur’s overview of typeface design, Type offers a dependable history of elegant fonts from to the midth century. Derived from a distinguished Dutch collection, exquisitely designed catalogues trace the evolution of the printed letter through specimens in roman, italic, bold, semi-bold, narrow, and broad fonts, as well as Category: Books > Comics & Graphic Design. Typeface definition is - all type of a single design. How to use typeface in a sentence. Book Covers with Two Typefaces When using more than one typeface, it’s best to select two that are distinctly different, but that complement one other. Avoid combining fonts that are too similar (Calibri and Arial, for example). About this Item: Square 4to, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm., London, British Library , Type facsimiles and illustrations; grey canvas with black spine titling, printed dust-jacket. A near fine copy. More than currently available filmset typefaces are displayed in large-format, double-page specimen settings, in several different sizes and spacings, showing also display .