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Some people might know, most won't, but the website of the Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands had an overhaul. Most fancy about this is the overview of their archive, which includes a lot of high-resolution type and lettering material. It is a bit of a search, but there are some real gems to be found and is perfect for lazy browsing on a lazy sunday.
Next to this, I wonder if some people might know of the origin of this type:
It's used by Johannes Enschedé around 1760 as a companion sheet to an etching.
A link to the larger page:
The gallery is easy to browse and filtering is quite simple, which includes filtering on colors and techniques. The english version sadly doesn't translate the keywords, so that's a bit of a drawback.
Much can be found at: