About Camelot

Camelot was the first of over 100 typefaces designed by Frederic Goudy. The upper case characters were drawn in 1896 for the Dickinson Type Foundry. Goudy was so encouraged by his check for $10 (double what he asked for the drawings), that he spent the next 50 years designing type. The lower case was added by the Dickinson foundry. This Lanston digital release includes a "text" version based on the smaller point sizes of the metal type and a "display" version based on the larger sizes. The two appear different in size but share the exact same line weight when at the same point size.

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