“A 19th-century style which was popular for newspaper headlines. Predecessors of ATF has Chamfer Condensed in 1871 or earlier and Herald Extra Condensed, a very similar face, a little later. … Similar designs were made by most founders, under several names; some included lowercase although the all-cap versions were longer lasting. Gothic No. 14 on Linotype and Intertype is essentially the same face…” [McGrew]
Digital interpretations include OL Chamfer Gothic Woodtype (Dennis Ortiz-Lopez, w/ Shadow style, caps only), Five Star Final (Solotype), and Red Rooster’s three-style Chamfer Gothic (based on the Ludlow version, used for sample). The latter two include a lowercase.
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