Caslon Sans Shaded Collection

The addition of graphic effects to typefaces was one of the most popular fashions of the nineteenth century, with the most common being the shaded form. Examples can be found of shaded moderns, shaded fat faces, shaded Egyptians, shaded Italians, shaded Clarendons, shaded Tuscans and, of course, shaded sans. Fashionable throughout this period, they largely disappeared from the typographic landscape, but their simple graphic qualities offer much potential today.

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Caslon sans family 1 600 xxx q87Caslon sans shaded no1 family 1 600 xxx q87Caslon sans shaded no2 family 1 600 xxx q87