A revival and extension of Thorowgood’s Seven-line Grotesque, “cut c. 1834 (its first appearance in a specimen is that year, and it does not appear in the specimen dated 1830), was one of the first condensed sans serif typefaces, and one of the first known with a lowercase.1 This is also the first recorded use of the term Grotesque.” – Commercial Classics
Comes in 6 weights, in roman and italic styles. Accompanied by Open, Dimensional, and Egyptian styles.
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