“Chauncey Griffith’s sober text face [Linotype, 1932] that revives the types thought to be made by Dutch punchcutter Anton Janson (1620–1687), but later discovered to be the work of the Hungarian Miklós Kis (1650–1702).” — Hoefler & Co.
Linotype’s digital version was issued in 1985 as Janson Text. Its Latin glyphs are also included in the Arabic fonts Hassan and Karim.
In Cold Blood, 1965 first edition1965
- S. Neil Fujita
- Tere Loprete
Contributed by Nick Sherman