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1699 book printed in Rome, looks old-style, maybe Griffo's

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I would like to know if it is an Italian typeface, maybe Venetian (although the book is almost two centuries after those designs).
asked by typelapse (101 points) Jul 24, 2016

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Seems to be a Venetian style. Nicolas Jenson and Francesco Griffo were early practitioners, and adaptations and variations existed for centuries.

Typefaces of that time weren't named and catalogued as they are now. I can only give you a similar digital revival—Tycho, by Fountain.

answered by kthomps5 Expert (1,986 points) Jul 13, 2017
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Hello

Maybe:

https://www.whatfontis.com/Minister-Std-Book.font

CiobanuG

I found it using: http://www.whatfontis.com - Identify the font you are looking for!

 

answered by CiobanuG (124 points) Jul 12, 2017
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