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Anatomy of a Character (curved serif)

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richard_a
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In the anatomy of a character,

What is the curve ( curved serif ) at the
foot/ bottom / baseline called ?

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Ulrike Borinski

Hans Rudolf Bosshard calls it »konkave Basis« may be »concave base«.
In the same book »Technische Grundlagen zur Satzherstellung«, Kehlung ist the Position above from serife to stem.

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