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¶ What are your favourite oldstyle typefaces from the Renaissance or inspired by the Renaissance?
¶ Find a list as an example to guide you into the oldstyle realm. But feel free to add yours.
❧ Bembo (Francesco Griffo/Stanley Morison)
❧ Poliphilus (Francesco Griffo/Stanley Morison)
❧ Garamond (Claude Garamont/Egenolff-Berner/Günter Gerhard Lange/Robert Slimbach)
❧ Plantin (Frank Pierpont/Robin Nicholas)
❧ Goudy Old Style (Frederic W. Goudy)
❧ Granjon (George W. Jones)
❧ Golden Cockerel (Eric Gill)
❧ Palatino (Hermann Zapf)
❧ Aldus (Hermann Zapf)
❧ Albertina (Chris Brand)
❧ Lectura (Dick Dooijes)
❧ Sabon (Jan Tschichold/Jean-François Porchez)
❧ Galliard (Matthew Carter)
❧ Augereau (George Abrams)
❧ Minion Pro (Robert Slimbach)
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Microsoft products (MS Windows & MS Office) come with a variety of serif fonts. If you were limited to use Microsoft serif fonts only (for printed text), which would be your favourites to use?
I like Century Schoolbook, Goudy Old Style and Book Antiqua (Palatino Linotype has a wider line spacing by default).
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