Everybody has seen various travesties of Claude Garamond's typeface because it is one of the favourite fonts for books. Georg Duffner (with the help of many) has created an OpenType Font from an scan of a 1592 cut of Garamond's roman font. A notable difference to modern cuts is the height of the stems of lowercase letters. This seems to be a trend, even new typefaces like the original Times Roman look flattend in newer cuts.
Fri, 08 Feb 2013
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