Deepdene Roman was cut by Goudy in 1927 for his own Village Letter Foundery. An italic (with swash alts for ‘gkzABCDEGMPRT’) followed the next year, with the matrices for the first trial size cut by his wife, Bertha M. Goudy. Adopted by Monotype. Deepdene was designed in 1931. Bold and Bold Italic were designed in 1932/1933 for Monotype, and released in 1934. [McGrew 1993]
Digitized as URW Deepdene and LTC Deepdene (Jim Rimmer, Colin Kahn). Both versions include Roman w/ small caps, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic. Only the latter has the alternates and ligatures.