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  • The Fleuron

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    The Fleuron was a British journal of typography and book arts. It was published in seven volumes from 1923 to 1930. The first four volumes were edited by Oliver Simon and the last three by Stanley Morison. Each volume contained a rich variety of papers, illustrations, specimens, inserts and facsimiles along with essays by leading writers of typography and the book arts.

    United Kingdom
    Started: 1923
    Defunct since: 1930
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press


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