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Which is the most historically accurate version of Garamond?
Why is you neck so modiglianien, Conor Nolan ?
Love your "balloon &" work !
I do not understand your answer. Please explain.
it's a link to a wiki article that discusses the merits of various Garamonds. try it, it's fun!
> I do not understand your answer. Please explain.
I thought you’d find it interesting. I ♥ Typowiki.
> Which is the most historically accurate version of Garamond?
The metal one made by Claude Garamond himself, back in the mid-1500s.
Now if you're looking for a digital version of it, Garamond Premier Pro is by far the best revival of it, in my opinion.
Although some would argue that the typeface 1530 Garamond by Tiro is a very good version of the "original".
I love 1530 Garamond. I've been waiting for the right application so I can buy it, but so far no luck.
Just look at its 'Q'. Beautiful.