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16 Search results for original format: “Wood

  1. Concave Tuscan Typeface
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    Concave Tuscan was first shown as wood type under the name Gothic Tuscan by William H. Page in James Conner’s…

  2. Cosmopolitan Typeface

    Cosmopolitan is a script face that knows how to hold its own. Big and bold, but not afraid of a…

  3. DeLittle Chromatic Typeface

    DeLittle Chromatic is a distinctively British display face in two colors. Its forms alternate between comical sweeps and rigid brutalism;…

  4. Fatboy Husky Typeface

    Fatboy Husky is a digitally reconditioned design of original wood type. Created by Matt Braun and Matt Griffin and given…

  5. Gothic Round Typeface

    Gothic Round is a softened varaition of a standard heavy Gothic typeface, first introduced as wood type by George Nesbitt…

  6. Grecian Light Face Typeface

    Grecian typefaces typically feel towering and rough-hewn, and are also quite frequently condensed. However, this Grecian is blessed with a…

  7. HWT Antique Tuscan No. 9 Typeface

    A very condensed 19th century Tuscan style wood type design with a full character set with ligatures. This design was…

  8. HWT Arabesque Typeface

    The two primary sources for this digitization come from the Hamilton Wood Type Museum Collection and from the WNY Book…

  9. HWT Bon Air Typeface

    Bon Air was one of a series of script typefaces cut into wood by the Hamilton Manufacturing Company for the…

  10. HWT Borders One Typeface

    Wood Type Catalogs of the 19th century often offered tools and accessories alongside alphabets of wood type. Probably the most…

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