Old Style

In typography, a typeface design dating from the early days of printing, specifically those utilized by Venetian printers in the late fifteenth century, or typefaces derived from those early styles. Such faces are characterized by variations in stroke and width, bracketed serifs, and diagonal strokes. Some common examples include Bembo, Caslon, and Garamond.

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