Some of the most popular typefaces in history are those based on the types of the sixteenth-century printer, publisher, and type designer Claude Garamond, whose sixteenth-century types were modeled on those of Venetian printers from the end of the previous century.
The Stempel foundry owned a sample sheet of Garamonds type, which was the basis for the Stempel Garamond that was released in 1924. This design has an angular, incised appearance which is unlike other Garamond types; it is also slightly heavier in weight, and is highly readable as a text face.
available in all of the styles:
only available in some of the styles: