Caslon Rounded Collection

Rounding the terminals of letters has long fascinated designers—the first rounded typeface was cut by the Caslon & Catherwood foundry in 1836. The rounded terminals give it a warm and friendly appearance and, with a well considered lowercase, it is a design from the past remade for today. A headline face with matching italic, inline, and ornamented variants, it is a design of real character.

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Caslon rounded family 1 600 xxx q87