“A copy by H. W. Caslon & Co., Ltd. of Crayonette (Keystone Type Foundry)” (MacMillan & Krandall), “a lovely face with obscure origins and a complex history of copying and recasting” (ibid.), ca. 1899.
Letraset’s version used Caslon’s name, Columbian Italic, and mentioned Stephenson Blake (successor of Caslon) as the source.
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