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Caslon 540

The staff of ATF created Caslon 540 at ATF in 1902. This design can be traced back to William Caslon I in 1725.

Digital versions of Caslon 540 exist at Bitstream, Linotype, Paratype, Adobe (both as Caslon 540 and Caslon Three), Elsner & Flake, and Letraset (Caslon 540 Italic with Swashes, by Freeda Sack). See also OPTI Caslon Five (Castcraft), Caslon Elegant (Softmaker), Dutch 771 (Bitstream).

For the Cyrillic extension, highly recommended, see Caslon 540 (2002) by I.M. Slutsker and M. Shmavonyan at Paratype.

View and compare some digital versions of Caslon 540.

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file name: Bitstream Caslon540 based on A T F 1902


file name: Bitstream Caslon540 Italic B T


file name: Adobe Caslon Three Roman


file name: Bitstream Caslon540 based on A T F 1902 Poster by Bill Dawson 2015


file name: I M Slutsker M Shmavonyan Caslon540 Bold 2002


file name: I M Slutsker M Shmavonyan Caslon540 Italic Cyrillic 2002


file name: I M Slutsker M Shmavonyan Caslon540 Roman 2002







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