By Stanley Morison
The Tally of varieties was once first circulated in a privately published version in 1953, reaching a popularity and impression fully disproportionate to the relatively small variety of copies in lifestyles. In 1973 Cambridge college Press released a model edited and extended by means of Brooke Crutchley and others, making this vintage of typographical heritage and perform to be had to a much broader readership; it truly is this variation we now have reprinted the following. Stanley Morison supplied the impetus and judgement at the back of the programme of typographical revival carried via via the Monotype company within the Nineteen Twenties and early Thirties. The Tally is an account, old, serious and practical, of the categories lower below Morison's course in this interval. it truly is a powerful functionality: an outstanding instance of what's now acknowledged as Morison's attribute mixture of erudition and perception. What began as not more than an try and checklist the evidence built, less than his hand, into one of many significant statements of typographical perform of its time.
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