Baskerville (21 Fonts)

Baskerville is actually a serif typeface made from the 1750s by John Baskerville (1706-1775) in Birmingham, England, and minimize into steel by punchcutter John Handy. Baskerville is classified like a transitional typeface, meant like a refinement of what exactly are now termed old-style typefaces of the period, especially people of his most eminent contemporary, William Caslon.

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Font Baskerville
Font Styles 21 Fonts
Format TTF
File Size 683KB

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