Caslon



William, 1692–1766, English type founder and designer.
Printing. an old-style type modeled after the types designed by William Caslon.
Historical Examples

Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm Alice B. Emerson
Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm Alice B. Emerson
Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm Alice B. Emerson
Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm Alice B. Emerson
Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm Alice B. Emerson
Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm Alice B. Emerson
Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm Alice B. Emerson
Arthur, Copied And Edited From The Marquis of Bath’s MS Editor: Frederick J. Furnivall
Travels in the Interior of North America, Part I, (Being Chapters I-XV of the London Edition, 1843) Alexander Philipp Maximilian, Prince of Wied
The Art of the Book Bernard H. Newdigate

noun
a style of type designed by William Caslon, English type founder (1692–1766)

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