Some articles on cut, founts cut:
... point out the close similarity of Caslon's design to the Dutch Fell types cut by Voskens and other type cut by the Dutchman Van Dyck ... Updike, Printing types, their History, forms and use, 1937 The first founts cut by William Caslon were Arabic, used in a "Psalter" in 1725 Hebrew, used for John Selden's Works in 1726 ... in 1731 There is much uncertainty about the first roman and italic Latin characters cut by Caslon himself, and the literature on this is partly incorrect ...
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