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Fournier flowers

I love Fournier. I used the Monotype Fournier for one of the books printed by The Beeches Press, my private press based in Bromley, back in the 1990s. This is a specimen sheet of flowers printed at The Workshop Press, date unknown, but probably also in the 1990s. [The titling is Perpetua by the way.]

 

 

 

4 replies on “Fournier flowers”

I love Fournier too, and Barbou, but are you sure this isn’t Perpetua Light Titling we are looking at here?

Absolutely! Thanks for pointing that out Marvin (and Happy Christmas). Except I’d say it’s simply Perpetua Titling, rather than light. Please read my clarification in new post. Regards John

John – do you have a direct email address. Wanted to talk to you about the Workshop Press. Best, James

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