“So-called Baskerville Old Face of the type foundry Stephenson Blake & Co. … is probably not immediately linked to Baskerville, but it is very much influenced by it. It is one of the most beautiful types of which the mats still exist; it has an incomparably different spirit than the ‘streamlined’ re-cuts of today’s Baskerville. Even keeping the general restraint extremely expressive. According to Berthold Wolpe (Signatures No. 18), the punches were cut and shown in samples in 1776 by Isaac Moore, who came from Birmingham to Bristol.” — Jan Tschichold, Meisterbuch der Schrift
Bitstream’s digital version is Fry’s Baskerville.