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You call it Hellenic Wide …

Antique Extended No. 2 from the James Conner’s Sons, NYC, 1888 specimen book   … I could describe it as a rational, unbracketed, wide slab-serif. US letterpress-people would call it an extended Antique (Antique as in slab with unbracketed, square serifs. Clarendon is the style with bracketed, thick serifs.) Germans call it an Egyptienne. This […]
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