This revival of the Bruce Foundry’s No. 11 is typical of the nineteenth century types derived from the work of Didot and Bodoni; the face remains popular with lawyers and government printers. In fact, Theodore Low De Vinne opposed this kind of design as hard to print and read; he had Century designed to replace it.
De Vinne Font families
The De Vinne font includes the following font families:
De Vinne Std Roman
De Vinne Std Italic
De Vinne Std Text
De Vinne Std Text Italic
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