I'd like to kindly ask for your help with a question. Surely some learned member of this forum has the answer.
I'm a huge fan of caslonic type. Huge. I collect them compulsively--can never get enough of them.
I've learned that there are two versions of Caslon that I've never come across. One is a beautiful small-text cut of Williams Caslon. It works excellently at size 10 pts and below. A good sample is on Luc Devroye's site (scroll all the way down; under the red heading that says "Now Playing: The Butler"):http://luc.devroye.org/fonts-46262.html
I really love it. Does anyone know if it's for sale anywhere?
Second, it looks like the late, prematurely-departed Justin Howes used to have a website where he sold, years ago, versions of his revived Founder's Caslon that ITC never acquired/sold. There were about four of them, very beautiful, as everything he did. The website used to be here:http://www.hwcaslon.com:80/catp2.asp?c1=0&c2=0&c3=0&delivery=0&DCode=NONE&redirecting=1
But, it's gone now. I was wondering if any copies of his defunct Caslons survive elsewhere on the internet. I saw a scan of them, some time ago, and they were wonderful.
Thanks much in advance!