TYPE DESIGN INFORMATION PAGE last updated on Thu Oct 18 16:23:50 EDT 2018

SEARCH THIS SITE:

IMAGE SEARCH:

FONT RECOGNITION VIA FONT MOOSE

LUC DEVROYE


ABOUT







Hans Brehmer [Henry Brehmer]

Type designer, b. 1840 Magdeburg, Germany. He went to the USA in 1865 to work at James Conner&Sons, and then moved on to other foundries, all in New York. He was for some time located in Stapleton, NY> Aka Henry Brehmer. His typefaces:

  • At Conner: Sideographic (Shaded 1872, Ornate 1879).
  • At Bruce Type Foundry (between 1876 and 1885): Ornamented Black No. 543, Ornamented No. 1053, Ornamented No. 1057, Ornamented No. 1067, Ornamented No. 1076, Ornamented No. 1078, Ornamented No. 1079, Ornamented No. 1080, Ornamented No. 1081, Ornamented No. 1082, Ornamented No. 1084, Ornamented No. 1085, Ornamented No. 1086, Ornamented No. 1091, Ornamented No. 1540, Ornamented No. 1553, Ornamented No. 1557, Ornamented No. 1559, Ornamented No. 1560, Ornamented No. 1562, Priscilla, Sarah, Shaded 1067, Shaded 1076, Shaded 1079, Shaded 1553.
  • At Dickinson Type Foundry, he designed Renaissant (ca. 1879). That typeface was digitally revived by Paul Smith in 2012 as Ressonant.
  • At Lindsay Type Foundry (1888-1890): Alma, Caroline, Crayonette, Elizabeth, Frances, Gretchen, Irene, Julie (1868, a decorative Western / Victorian typeface called Eclair by Dan X. Solo; revived in 2010 by Toto as K22 Eclair), Katherine, Marguerite, Maria, Martha, Mathilde.
Patent office link.

EXTERNAL LINKS
Hans Brehmer
Klingspor Museum page
MyFonts search
Monotype search
Fontspring search
Google search

INTERNAL LINKS
Type designers ⦿ Type designers ⦿ German type scene ⦿ Type scene in New York ⦿ Western fonts ⦿ Victorian typefaces ⦿ Typefaces that emulate crayons ⦿








file name: Paul Smith Ressonant 2012


file name: Paul Smith Ressonant 2012b


file name: Henry Brehmer Typeface 1876


file name: Henry Brehmer Typeface 1877


file name: Henry Brehmer Typeface 1890


file name: Henry Brehmer Typeface 1890


file name: Hans Brehmer 1868 Eclair Julie







Luc Devroye ⦿ School of Computer Science ⦿ McGill University Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6 ⦿ lucdevroye@gmail.com ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org/fonts.html