The designer John Quaranda created , a revival typeface based on Baskerville. Baskerville was developed in the 18th century by John Baskerville (1706–1775) and its clear, sharp image set it apart from others of its time. Originally released in only two versions, roman and italic, Baskerville has remained one of the world’s most widely used typefaces.
ITC New Baskerville is available in roman, semi bold, bold and black weights, each with a corresponding italic.
ITC New Baskerville is a registered trademark of International Typeface Corporation.