Dutch Three-Quarter Case
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The typecase lay is one that is in current use in the Netherlands, courtesy of Atelier It Plein. Spacing is not itemised, apart from helbak (hair), but is presumed to be in the empty boxes, as is additional punctuation. There are variations to this lay, if the ligatures are not in use. There is also a variation if accents are in use.
The case and lay differ slightly from the Letterkast, which has more boxes in the right hand upper case section, and fewer in the far right side of the lower case section.
This page was written in 1997 by David Bolton and last updated 28 November 97.