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La Fondografica

Type foundry in Torino, Italy, with offices in Milano, Roma, Genova and Napoli. Their typefaces are all named after Italian cities with a few exceptions: Bassano, Rovigo, Chioggia, Tolmino, Como, Rovereto, Trento, Roma, Velletri, Viterbo, Bernina, Casale, Garda, Lodi, Piacenza, Modena, Biologna, Remington, Remington Chiaro. Credit for the images below, taken from their 1929 catalog: Jaime Henderson.

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file name: La Fondografica 1920s


file name: La Fondografica 1920s


file name: La Fondografica Catalog Cover 1920s


file name: La Fondografica Estratto No3 1929


file name: La Fondografica Estratto No3 1929b


file name: La Fondografica Estratto No3 1929c


file name: La Fondografica Estratto No3 1929d


file name: La Fondografica Estratto No3 1929e







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