Typography papers 5, Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading, 2003

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Content includes:
Edward Ragg & Paul Luna: Designing the Oxford Shakespeare: an interview with Paul Luna
Paul Shaw: A recent discovery in Trajan’s Forum: some implications for understanding bronze inscriptional letters
John Morgan: An account of the making of Common worship: services and prayers for the Church of England
Eric Kindel: Recollecting stencil letters
Ole Lund: The public debate on Jock Kinneir’s road sign alphabet

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Typography papers 5, Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading, 2003
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