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  • The letterpress font Orient-Antiqua

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    At the printing museum Pavillon-Presse in Weimar we have around 1000 letterpress fonts. While some may admire some of the well-known classics in our font collection, I am always more interested in the forgotten designs—the letterpress fonts, which were never properly adopted for phototypesetting or digital typesetting. In this series, exclusive to patrons, I am going to show you some of my favorites. We start with Orient-Antiqua.
    At the printing museum Pavillon-Presse in Weimar we have around 1000 letterpress fonts. While some may admire some of the well-known classics in our font collection, I am always more interested in the forgotten designs—the letterpress fonts, which were never properly adopted for phototypesetting or digital typesetting. In this series, exclusive to patrons, I am going to show you some of my favorites. We start with Orient-Antiqua.

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