From the early 1960s, the German Grasp Printers’ Affiliation requested that a completely new typeface be intended and made in similar variety on the two Linotype and Monotype equipment in order that text and technical composition would match. Walter Cunz at Stempel responded by commissioning Jan Tschichold to structure a fresh version of Claude Garamond’s serene and classical Roman. Its daring, and notably its italic designs are restricted from the necessities of Linotype casting machines, forcing the character widths of a offered letter to match in between kinds, giving the italic its attribute narrow f.
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