After I posted that, I thought of Æ and Œ. Of course, they, like W, if considered as a ligature for V V, or the Dutch Ĳ, all do retain the full capital form of the joined letters.Nick Shinn said:What about W?
Christian Thalmann said:I disagree with your design proposals, though. Since ß is a monolithic glyph rather than a ligature in German, the same must go for its capital. Barred S or trainwreck-SS sound alien and ungainly.
I do remember seeing them illustrated in the document from which I learned of their existence. It was a book or paper on typography, and it may be available online. I will see if I can find it again.Fernando Díaz said:Thanks everyone for their interesting insights!
· @John Savard That's so interesting!
Is there any way to see the different Times New Romans?