Curwen Sans is based on an alphabet drawn by Harold Curwen, a student of Edward Johnston and Eric Gill, in 1912. It was revised and cut as type in 1928, for the exclusive use by the Curwen Press, [Ashworth] in 5 sizes (capitals and numerals). A lowercase was added for the 24pt size and cast in 1931. [Signature, 7, 1938]
Keith Bates made a digital interpretation named Curwen Sans (K-Type, 2018), in 4 weights in roman and oblique styles.
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