“Typo Script and Typo Script Extended were designed by Benton and cut by ATF in 1902, originally as Tiffany Script and Extended, when they were called ‘as close a copy as possible to reproduce in type the work of the artist who did much of the copperplate engraving for the Pan-American exposition.’” — McGrew. Commercial Script (ATF, 1906) is a related bolder typeface. Formal Script is an adaptation by Ludlow (1956).
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