“First shown as wood type by Darius Wells and E.R. Webb in their 1849 Specimen of Wood Type. In American Wood Type Kelly noted that this face most likely originated as a wood type in America. Lowercase was not added until 1854.” [RRK]
Digitizations include Jordan Davies’s Antique Tuscan (used for sample) and Antique Tuscan Condensed, (Wooden Type Fonts), Paulo W’s Antique Tuscan Condensed (Intellecta, 2007), and P22 Tuscan Expanded.