Caslon Doric Collection

The sans was the natural progression of nineteenth-century innovations. From the pioneering faces of Caslon and Figgins in the second and third decades, they quickly became a phenomena across Europe and the United States. But it was only in the second half of the century that the British foundries would embrace lowercase forms and make faces that could be used in multiple sizes. Caslon Doric is the synthesis of these styles, from narrow to wide, and for use at all sizes in multiple applications.

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SPECIMENS (6)

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