First released around 1880 by the Boston Type Foundry.
“Epitaph was modeled on a graceful Art Nouveau letterform that was bringing a new vitality to gravestone inscriptions at the time. The energy and life of the Vienna Secession alphabet drew the attention ofTobias Frere-Jones, who digitized the original set of titling capitals & added alternate characters for its Font Bureau release.” — Font Bureau, 1993. Originally released by Font Bureau. Moved to Frere-Jones Type in 2020.
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