volume 30, issue 2, P116-129 2000
DOI: 10.1163/157006900x00020
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Abstract: AbstractThough less famous than his contemporaries Garamont and Granjon, Pierre Haultin (ca.1510-87), ranks among the better French type designers of the sixteenth century. He was instrumental in the Calvinist publishing campaign of the 155OS and in developing a sturdier and more economical design of roman type. His types remained popular unto the end of the eighteenth century, a few even unto the first quarter of the nineteenth century. This paper attempts to describe the typefaces he may have cut and to asse…

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