“[…] an interpreted revival of a metal typeface popular in the 19th Century, then known as Skeleton Antique. […] Holly Goldsmith worked from letterpress-printed specimens of 96-point, antique metal type, deliberately retaining subtle distortions due to type wear and letterpress impression. Alan Dague-Greene, referring to printed samples of Skeleton Antique, adapted the design to create two additional optical sizes: ‘Eight’ for smaller text and ‘Twenty-four’ for subheads.” [MVB Fonts]
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