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Clip Books of Line Art, Volk (1963)

Photo(s) by Bart Solenthaler. Imported from Flickr on Dec 9, 2019. Artwork published in .
“Children” (No. 358) ft.  in a box. The secondary typefaces are  and .
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“Children” (No. 358) ft. Filmotype Fairbanks in a box. The secondary typefaces are Futura Extra Bold Condensed and News Gothic.

Covers for various clip books of line art issued in 1963 by Harry Volk Jr. Art Studio, Pleasantville, New Jersey. See the previous post about the clip books issued in 1955 for more information on Harry Volk Jr. Art Studio.

Most of the typefaces are either Filmotype originals, or foundry typefaces that were adopted for this phototypesetting machine.

“Courtesy” (No. 112) ft. , two weights of  Kursiv, and  Condensed.
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“Courtesy” (No. 112) ft. Volta, two weights of Venus Kursiv, and News Gothic Condensed.

“Leadership” (No. 114) ft.  with  and .
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“Leadership” (No. 114) ft. Latin Wide with Venus Extended and News Gothic.

“Circus/Fair” (No. 362), ft. , Venus breit halbfett, , and .
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“Circus/Fair” (No. 362), ft. Filmotype Quentin, Venus breit halbfett, News Gothic, and Times New Roman.

“Couples” (No. 364) ft.  and the italic style of .
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“Couples” (No. 364) ft. Profil and the italic style of Futura Extra Bold Condensed.

“Industry” (No. 365) ft. , with more  Italic and .
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“Industry” (No. 365) ft. Filmotype Quiet, with more Futura Extra Bold Condensed Italic and News Gothic.

“Family” (No. 368).  here is paired with Venus breit halbfett.
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“Family” (No. 368). Profil here is paired with Venus breit halbfett.

“Atmosphere” (No. 372) ft. more  and Venus breit halbfett.
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“Atmosphere” (No. 372) ft. more Filmotype Fairbanks and Venus breit halbfett.

“Senior Citizens” (No. 373). The title is set in Quail, another face from Filmotype’s range of “novelty” faces, issued sometime after 1955. This open grotesque with extra contour is not unlike Stephenson Blake’s Echo, but has only a very restrained shade and no lowercase. The text is in  and .
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“Senior Citizens” (No. 373). The title is set in Quail, another face from Filmotype’s range of “novelty” faces, issued sometime after 1955. This open grotesque with extra contour is not unlike Stephenson Blake’s Echo, but has only a very restrained shade and no lowercase. The text is in Futura and Futura Condensed.

“Good Neighbors” (No. 376) ft. .
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“Good Neighbors” (No. 376) ft. Filmotype Gamma.

“Expressions” (No. 378) ft. an adaptation of Walter Haettenschweiler’s , drawn for the second volume of Lettera, a source book of alphabets published in 1961.
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“Expressions” (No. 378) ft. an adaptation of Walter Haettenschweiler’s Lawless Type, drawn for the second volume of Lettera, a source book of alphabets published in 1961.

More  and  for “America” from the Paste Pot And Scissors subseries (No. PP&S 44).
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More Filmotype Quentin and News Gothic for “America” from the Paste Pot And Scissors subseries (No. PP&S 44).

“Design” #1 (PP&S 48) ft. . “Paste Pot And Scissors” is set in  caps. “In a quandary?” uses  Light Italic.
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“Design” #1 (PP&S 48) ft. Franklin Gothic. “Paste Pot And Scissors” is set in News Gothic caps. “In a quandary?” uses Futura Light Italic.

“Feet” (PP&S No. 51) appears to be modeled after  (or ). It’s paired with  in two widths.
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“Feet” (PP&S No. 51) appears to be modeled after Hellenic Wide (or Filmotype Wand). It’s paired with News Gothic in two widths.

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