Empty French Upper Case


This typecase configuration matches the Casse Superieure des Caracteres Vulgaires of Fertel: La Science Practique de l'Imprimerie, 1723, reprinted Gregg, 1971. Note that it only has six rows of boxes, unlike the more normal 7 rows of e.g. Moxon's Upper and Fertel's own Casse Superieure de Longues, and Diderot's Haut de Casse.

The type lay is Casse Superieure and the companion Lower is Fertel.

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This page was written in 2006 by David Bolton and last updated 22 February 2006.