Cruikshank is “a decorative typeface from the late Victorian period […] designed by William W. Jackson and released by MacKellar, Smiths and Jordan Type Foundry of Samson Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1886.” — HiH/MyFonts
Also sold as Eureka by B. Krebs (before 1905) and as Zierschrift Regatta by Berthold (before 1898). [Reichardt 2011]
Revived as Cruickshank (Hank Khrushchev, Soft Horizons, 1993; full character set added by Dieter Steffmann, 2000), Eureka Antique (Solotype, 2005, with added lowercase), and as Cruickshank ML (HiH, 2012, used for the sample).
Cruikshank in use
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