“In 1912 Gerard Meynell, with J.H. Mason, Ernest Jackson and Edward Johnston, commissioned this large x-height typeface modelled on Caslon’s designs from Pierpont and the Monotype Corporation as the text face for The Imprint, a short-lived magazine about fine printing and typography.” — Monotype/MyFonts
There are distinct digitizations by Monotype (Regular, Bold, Shadow, each with italics), Bitstream (as Dutch 766; Regular, Italic, Bold), and URW (Regular and Bold, both with italics). Monotype’s is less robust and has shorter descenders than the others. The spacing of its Italic and esp. Bold Italic is problematic.