This family was inspired by an engraved plate from Diderot & Dalembert’s Encyclopedia (publication beginning in 1751), illustrating the chapter devoted to letter engraving techniques. The plate bears two engravers names : “Aubin” (may be one of the four St Aubin brothers ?)and “Benard” ( which name is present below all plates of the Encyclopedia printed in Geneva ). It seems to be a transitional type, but different from Fournier or Grandjean.
Small caps are included in fonts for TTF and OTF version, separate files are included in the family sets of the Mac TT version.
1751 GLC Copperplate Font families
The 1751 GLC Copperplate includes the following font families:
1751 GLC Copperplate Normal
1751 GLC Copperplate Small Caps
1751 GLC Copperplate Italic
1751 GLC Copperplate Outline Normal
1751 GLC Copperplate Outline Italic
1751 GLC Copperplate Outline Small Caps
1751 GLC Copperplate Preview
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