“Originally designed by Eric Gill for a book published by the Limited Editions Club of New York, who called this face Bunyan” [Jaspert]. First used in A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy, designed by Eric Gill and printed and bound by Hague & Gill in 1936. [Good Books in The Woods] Pilgrim is a recutting of the private foundry type for machine typesetting, developed by Walter Tracy and issued in 1953 by British Linotype. [Klingspor-Museum, Canada Type]
Bunyan Pro (Canada Type, 2016; used for the sample) by Bill Troop and Patrick Griffin is an extended synthesis of Bunyan and Pilgrim.
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