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Anyone know of a new cut of Caslon? Something with great swash alternates would be preferable.
A new Baskerville might work too.
& a two part piece about it on ILT—
Part I: http://ilovetypography.com/2010/07/26/reviving-caslon-the-snare-of-authe...
Part II: http://ilovetypography.com/2010/11/02/reviving-caslon-part-2-readability...
Adobe Caslon Pro does have swash glyphs, just in case you were unaware.
Victoria, I'm pretty sure that the recent William Caslon Text by William Berkson is a nice contemporary rendition of Caslon:
Another functional choice - and a different interpretation - would be King's Caslon by Daltoon Maag:
Speaking of Baskerville, I'm currently setting a book in Baskerville 1757 and I have to say that it is great: