“David Berlow undertook the revival of Goudy’s Village family in the early nineties as the first real step in the successful redesign of Esquire. Frederic W. Goudy originally cut Village No. 2 in 1932 to bring early ideas up to date, adding the italic a year or two later for his own satisfaction. Font Bureau expanded Village, the model for Goudy’s mature style, into a ten-part series designed for Esquire’s use in text and display.” — Font Bureau, 1994
Designed in 10 styles; roman and italic with small caps plus bold, all in text and titling sizes. Available on request from Type Network.