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Hard Times by Charles Dickens, Signet Classics

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Aug 31st, 2017. Artwork published in .
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    Source: https://www.etsy.com ElwoodAndEloise. License: All Rights Reserved.

    CP259, fourth printing (60¢)

    Hey, if Milton Glaser wasn’t above using the quirky italic with horizontal stress that is Crayonette, you can use it, too!

    David Jonathan Ross just released his revival of the 19th-century novelty face as August’s installment of the Font of the Month Club. If you join today, you’ll get a copy, too. Crayonette DJR “retains the key features and proportions of the original, but improves its spacing and tames a few of the wilder letterforms.” While DJR has drawn a more conventional ‘k’, the original unruly glyph as seen in “Dickens” is available as alternate in Stylistic Set 03.

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    Source: https://www.etsy.com ElwoodAndEloise. License: All Rights Reserved.

    CQ514 (95¢)

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    Source: https://www.etsy.com exquisitEXCHANGE. License: All Rights Reserved.

    451 CJ1335 ($1.95)

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