Aspects of French Eighteenth Century Typography. A study of type specimens in the Broxbourne Collection at Cambridge University Library. With a handlist compiled by David McKitterick.

The Roxburghe Club, 1982.

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A history of French type design in the eighteenth century based on the author’s detailed examinations of French type ornaments and typefounding methods. The final chapter, on the uses of type specimens, is followed by a handlist of twenty type specimens in the Broxbourne Collection covering the period 1740 to 1800.

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