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'Metropolitan Tabernacle' display type with decorative capitals

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Has anything like the 'Metropolitan Tabernacle' typeface been digitized? Or can you identify the style? I'm especially inserested in the decorative capitals, even if it's just images.

(Source is a collection of Sword & Trowel magazine editions, printed 1889. Viewable here: https://archive.org/stream/swordtrowel25spur#page/n5/mode/2up. The large image I attached is page 397.)

Thanks!
asked by beltechi (102 points) Oct 28, 2016

1 Answer

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Best answer

Minster, patented by Hermann Ihlenberg for MacKellar Smiths & Jordan, 1878.


Cincinnati Type Foundry’s 1882 specimen


1885 MS&J catalog


1897 ATF catalog

answered by Stewf Expert (2,909 points) Oct 28, 2016
edited by Stewf Oct 28, 2016
Incredibly fast. And accurate, of course. Thank you!

If you don't mind, how about the 'Office and Depot' type on the bottom of the page I attached?
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