The italics cut by Jean Jannon have yet another style, even more baroque than his romans. (“Baroque” may be the wrong word, given some of the very different types from the 17th century that have been described as baroque by type historians, but it seems to me to capture the slightly more ornate style of Jeannon’s types compared to ...
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Type designer Jean Jannon (76) (15801658) created the typeface on which most modern Garamond revivals are based. Jannon worked more than 80 years after Garamond, and was the rst to release revivals of the earlier Frenchmans work.
After Garamond's death, Christophe Plantin from Antwerp, the Le Bé type foundry and the Frankfurt foundry Egenolff-Bermer acquire a large proportion of Garamond's original punches and matrices. Garamond (or: Garamont) typefaces used nowadays should in many cases be attributed to Jean Jannon (1580-1635).
Garamond Classico (Franco Luin, 1993): Garamond Classico is based on the forms of Jean Jannon, which already displayed characteristics of the Transitional style. Sabon (Jan Tschichold, 1967): Sabon is a revised version of Garamond, designed by Jan Tschichold.
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Follow-up in English.. Credit for some images below: Danielle West.  �1930s American midwestern typography. Jonathan recommends these fonts as representatve of 1930s American midwestern typography: "If you're going for museum-piece accuracy, look for typefaces issued by the Ludlow or Barnhart Brothers&Spindler type foundries--- you can probably do some sleuthing at myfonts.com.
Author of "Le maître de Garamond" (Editions Stock, 2002), a beautiful book on the life and death of Antoine Augereau, who was Claude Garamond's teacher and mentor. Anne Cuneo was born in 1936 in Italy and lives in Zürich.