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Clip Books of Line Art, Volk (1961)

Photo(s) by Bart Solenthaler. Imported from Flickr on Dec 29, 2019. Artwork published in .
    “The Civil War” (No. 310) ft. reversed .
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    “The Civil War” (No. 310) ft. reversed Filmotype Quentin.

    Covers for various clip books of line art issued in 1961 by Harry Volk Jr. Art Studio, Pleasantville, New Jersey. All typefaces used for these covers were available from Filmotype. See the previous post about the “Entertainment” clip book for more information on Harry Volk Jr. Art Studio.

    “Family” (No. 312) ft. .
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    “Family” (No. 312) ft. Filmotype Quail.

    “Expressions” (No. 317) ft. .
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    “Expressions” (No. 317) ft. Filmotype Fairbanks.

    “Groups” (No. 320) ft. , an outlined variant of , issued sometime after 1955.
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    “Groups” (No. 320) ft. Filmotype Veteran, an outlined variant of Filmotype Free, issued sometime after 1955.

    “Food” (No. 323) ft. , an outlined and shaded derivative of .
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    “Food” (No. 323) ft. Filmotype Vanity, an outlined and shaded derivative of Filmotype Ginger.

    “Sales” (No. 331) ft. Filmotype Ebony, an oblique variant of Filmotype Flare. These were issued before 1955 and are the heaviest and widest styles in Filmotype’s series of sans serifs with vertical terminals, see also .
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    “Sales” (No. 331) ft. Filmotype Ebony, an oblique variant of Filmotype Flare. These were issued before 1955 and are the heaviest and widest styles in Filmotype’s series of sans serifs with vertical terminals, see also Filmotype Ford.

    “Office” ft. .
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    “Office” ft. Latin Wide.

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