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Reden ist Silber � Druckerey Blog: Saphire

Reden ist Silber � Druckerey Blog: Saphire

Festival Figures - Designed by Hermann Zapf for D. Stempel in 1953, these are more finely  decorated than Sapphire which they were designed to accompany. No  known digital rendering exists, even in Saphir as currently issued from Linotype.

Festival Figures - Designed by Hermann Zapf for D. Stempel in these are more finely decorated than Sapphire which they were designed to accompany. No known digital rendering exists, even in Saphir as currently issued from Linotype.

Festliche Ziffern (Festive Numerals), designed by Hermann Zapf in 1950 for D. Stempel AG in Frankfurt. Outside of brochure. | by Herb Lubalin Study Center

Festliche Ziffern (Festive Numerals), designed by Hermann Zapf in 1950 for D. Stempel AG in Frankfurt. Outside of brochure. | by Herb Lubalin Study Center

♥ 60pt Festival Figures Letterpress numbers.      Designed by Hermann Zapf for D. Stempel in 1953, these are more finely decorated than Sapphire which they were designed to accompany. No known digital rendering exists, even in Saphir as currently issued from Linotype.

Designed by Hermann Zapf for D. Stempel in these are more finely decorated than Sapphire which they were designed to accompany. No known digital rendering exists, even in Saphir as currently issued from Linotype.

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Type design information compiled and maintained by Luc Devroye.

Buy Saphir font from Linotype on Fonts.com. Saphir is available as a desktop font and a Web font.

Saphir also known as Sapphire and the Festliche Ziffern ( Festive Numerals ) were designed by Hermann Zapf in 1950 for D.

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providencepubliclibrary: “ On his birthday, in memory of Hermann Zapf, the brilliant calligrapher and typeface designer: images above from his Manuale Typographicum.

Nathan Godding, via Flickr   K Typography from an LP jacket.  Songs and Dances by the National Ballet of Czechoslovakia  Saphir by Hermann Zapf

Typography from an LP jacket. Songs and Dances by the National Ballet of Czechoslovakia Saphir by Hermann Zapf

Saphir - Fonts.com

Saphir also known as Sapphire and the Festliche Ziffern ( Festive Numerals ) were designed by Hermann Zapf in 1950 for D.

Saphir Com Font | WhatFontis.com

Saphir Com Font | WhatFontis.com

Evan "The Nerdwriter" Puschak (previously) describes the rediscovery of Doves Type, a typeface lost in 1916 after its owner, T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, resolved a feud over its use with his partner at ...

Doves Type, A Typeface Lost Over a Feud & Rediscovered Almost 100 Years Later at the Bottom of the River Thames

A Century After Being Cast into the River Thames, a Celebrated Typeface Reemerges (Doves Press type)

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