“William Page first showed a French Clarendon as wood type in James Conner’s Sons Typographic Messenger, in November, 1865. All manufacturers of wood type produced a range of Clarendons throughout the nineteenth century, with French Clarendon being the dominant style.” [The RRK]
Not to be confused with the unbracketed style of French Clarendon in metal.
Digitized by Wooden Type Fonts (used for sample) and mpressInteractive (as MPI French Clarendon).
French Clarendon (wood) in use
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