Caslon VSuperfine originally from where?

mjhalo's picture

I have this font called Caslon V Superfine but I'd like to find out where it comes from originally and when I google it, there are no hits. I have a client who wants to buy the font but I literally can't find it anywhere on the internet!!! Where does Caslon superfine come from?

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Jan's picture

Looks like a Caslon 540 with a negative stroke to me.

Giles's picture

If you open the font in fontlab you might be able to find the details of the author and foundry.
Is this close?
http://www.linotype.com/396606/SGNewCaslonSBStdRoman-ot-cff-std-font.htm...

mjhalo's picture

Yea but its literally a font family in a package called "CaslonV" There is CaslonVthin CaslonVitalic.... but it is nowhere to be found on the internet...

mjhalo's picture

see post below!

TCarlsten's picture

Hey,

I can answer this, if it hasn't already been solved?

Caslon V was commissioned in 2003 by Fabien Baron, as a headline typeface for Vogue Paris (Hence the "V"). To my knowledge, it's not available to licence or buy.

/T

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