One of the classic display types of the 19th century, an Egyptian with bracketed serifs. There are many variants of this face and its uses are many, this a modified version lacking the teardrop or ball terminals
on a, c, f, g, j, r, f, y.
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The classical Clarendon form originating in England in 1845 as polished by Edouard Hoffmann and Hermann Eidenbenz at Haas a little over a century later. Haas’ revival of this typeface in 1953 precipitated the revivals that follow.