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Matthew Carter
Carter Latin
A typeface designed specifically to be cut in wood

Matthew Carter designed Carter Latin, a new wood typeface that was released in 2003. He created this typeface for the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. At the turn of the twentieth century, Hamilton was the largest provider of type in the United States. Now the world’s first wood type museum and workshop facility, the Hamilton houses a wealth of printing history. The Hamilton has cut several new typefaces in wood since it opened in 1999.

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Olympian 1970
Shelley Script 1972
CC Skia 1994
Snell Roundhand Script 1966
Sophia 1993

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