About this font family
Claude Garamond’s late Texte (16 point) roman was the model used by George W. Jones when he designed this typeface for Linotype & Machinery in 1928. To avoid confusion with the Garamond romans based on Jannon’s seventeenth-century work, L&M called the typeface Granjon, after the designer of the italic used as a model, thus creating confusion with the typefaces based on Granjon’s romans, Plantin and Galliard.
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