(x) Please ID from New York Times T magazine / italic serif - Eudald Gran {Mike D}

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please note uppercase K cut off in upper right hand corner of image

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closer look at K

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Pradell from Type Republic is pretty close, but the K is defferent. It goes back on the spanish type designer Eudald Pradell (1721-1788) - maybe that helps...?
(from when is the newspaper? is it letterpress / offset printing?)
oliver

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thanks, it's in tomorrow's magazine

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The New York Times usually uses custom typefaces not available for licensing.

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this got cut off in original scan

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Hello There:

This typeface is Eudald Gran by Mario Feliciano. (Tho perhaps it’s now called Eudald Fine.)

You can find out more about here:
http://www.felicianotypefoundry.com/main/?page_id=232

You can see more of it here:
http://www.typographer.org/Eudald1.pdf

Contact Mario at his website regarding licensing
http://www.felicianotypefoundry.com/main/?page_id=7

Also noteworthy, Eudald will be sold through Vllg in the future:
http://www.vllg.com/comingsoon.php/

Mike Diaz

PS... I love latin types!

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many thanks!

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you are welcome

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