First shown as wood type by David Knox in his 1858 Specimens of Wood Type [The RRK] and by William Page in his 1859 specimens. [Kelly 1969]
Digital interpretations include Landry Gothic (E-phemera, 2003, used for sample), Coldharbour Gothic (Device, 2006, eroded), Gothic Light Face No 21 (Jean Mosambi, 2012, based on Hamilton’s cut, unreleased), and AWT Hamilton Gothic Light (Dick Pape, 2013, based on the showing of Hamilton’s cut in American Wood Type).
Not to be confused with Light-face Gothics.
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