“Designed by Will Bradley as Bradley Ultra Modern Initials, these spectacular Art Deco capitals appear for the first time in the 1934 ATF specimen. The original design was limited to the twenty-six capitals to be used alone as initials, with alternative designs for five of them. Glenda de Guzman designed figures and a much larger set of alternates when she drew and digitized the font for Font Bureau.” — FB 1994
Font Bureau’s name is Bradley Initials. Not to be confused with the set of initials that accompanied the Bradley series. See also Partager Caps NF.
Bradley Ultra Modern Initials in use
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