Ludlow’s adaptation of the types by Nicolas Jenson. The roman was designed by Ernst F. Detterer in 1923. Robert Hunter Middleton added matching Italic (1923), Bold, Bold Italic and Open styles (all 1928). First named Nicolas Jenson, the series was reintroduced in 1941 under the name Eusebius. [McGrew, Reichardt]
Digitized by Jim Spiece as Nicolas Jenson SG (Spiece Graphics, before 2001, used for sample). Covers the original styles incl. the Open and adds new medium and extrabold weights with intermediate small caps and swash alternates.
See also Cloister Open Face, which is a name used for other digital versions of the Open style of Nicolas Jenson/Eusebius.
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