What is the 1822 GLC Caslon Pro font?
This family was inspired by the well-known Caslon typeface created by William Caslon, the English font designer, who was, with John Baskerville, the progenitor of English Transitional typeface classification in the mid-18th century (See also our 1776 Independence).
We were inspired by a Caslon style set used by an unknown Flemish printer from Bruges, in the beginning of 1800s, a little before the revival of Caslon style in the 1840s. Our font covers all Western, Eastern and Central European languages (including Celtic diacritics) and the Turkish alphabet, with a complete small-caps set in each of the two styles. (Please note: The complete character set is available only in TTF and OTF “Pro” version.)
1822 GLC Caslon Pro Font families
The 1822 GLC Caslon Pro includes the following font families:
- 1822 GLC Caslon Pro Normal
- 1822 GLC Caslon Pro Italic
- 1822 GLC Caslon Normal
- 1822 GLC Caslon Italic
1822 GLC Caslon Pro Preview
Here is a preview of how 1822 GLC Caslon Pro will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.