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Ralf Herrmann

The good, old legible types formerly used in print are being scorned in these days (on account of the new ones being cut every day). And yet, however many new faces may be cut, when they have been forgotten and no more new ones can be imagined, the old ones will once more be produced under the pretence that they are new, as is the case with other things.


Wolfgang Fugger
1553
Source: Vincent Figgins Type Specimens 1801 & 1815




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