Zapf’s Manuale Typographicum

Yesterday, I discovered that most (if not all) of Hermann Zapf's Manuale Typographicum is available online. I am not sure about the legality of the site, but given the limited availability of hard-copies, it gives some people an opportunity that they might not otherwise have.

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  1. Walton Mendelson said,

    May 12, 2009 @ 5:03 pm

    MIT published Zapf’s “Manuale Typographicum” in paperback in 1970. It includes notes on the typographical pages and translations. From the blurb on the back, it appears that 1000 copies of the original English edition were printed (I presume hardbound).

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