Typecase Configurations


Cases with the lay left blank, both to show the configuration of the case, and to allow a printed copy for users to add their own lay
UpperLowerDoubleJobSingleTriple
QuadrupleTwo ThirdOthers (eg Music, Fount, Border, Spacing, etc)Arabic
AustralianBelgianChineseDanishDutchEgyptian
EnglishFrenchGermanGreek HebrewIndian
ItalianMalayanMaoriPolishRussianScottish
SpanishSwedishSwissSyriacU.S.Vietnamese
All cases, in approximate chronological order, earliest first
All cases, in chronological order, most recent first
Index
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Glossary
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Type Layouts
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Sources consulted
IntroductionNotes on UpperNotes on LowerNotes on Job and Double
Quantities in a fount of typeTypecase IdentificationQuantities in a case of type
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Please note that at present some of the lay diagrams do not display quite correctly, as they were composed in an earlier release of HTML. The case edges may now show small boxes within the sides, and these should be ignored. The diagrams will be corrected in due course.


Empty cases in chronological order

Note that the dates are those of the source used. In some case, eg MacKellar, there are earlier editions, which have not yet been consulted.

English Cases - Empty


Upper Case - Empty


Lower Case - Empty


Double Case - Empty


Job Case - Empty


Two Third Cases - Empty


U.S. Cases - Empty


French Cases - Empty


Swedish Cases - Empty


Vietnamese Cases - Empty


German Cases - Empty


Dutch Cases - Empty


Hebrew Cases - Empty


Scottish Cases - Empty


Greek Cases - Empty


Indian Cases - Empty


Swiss Cases - Empty


Belgian Cases - Empty


Italian Cases - Empty


Spanish Cases - Empty


Malayan Cases - Empty


Arabic Cases - Empty


Russian Cases - Empty


Triple and Quadruple Cases - Empty


Maori - Empty


Single Cases - Empty


Polish Cases - Empty


Egyptian Cases - Empty


Australian Cases - Empty


Syriac Cases - Empty


Chinese Cases - Empty


Danish Cases - Empty


Other Cases - Empty


Written by David Bolton and last updated 15 January 2016.