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Théophile Beaudoire

Nineteenth century French punchcutter who designed the transitional text typeface Romana with Gustave F. Schroeder (Kingsley ATF, 1860; now available at Bitstream). He also ran a typefoundry, Beaudoire et cie. See also Old Roman Stephenson Blake (1878).

Scans below include Romain Elzevir (1858) and Elzevir (corps) 14 (1863, Fonderie Generale), which is a copy of Perrin's Marqut 14.

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file name: Theophile Beaudoire Bitstream Romana


file name: Theophile Beaudoire Elzevir14 Fonderie Generale of Perrins Marquet14 1863


file name: Theophile Beaudoire Romain Elzevir 1858 Image by Hrant Papazian







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