Caslon (disambiguation)

Caslon (disambiguation)

Caslon usually refers to William Caslon (I) of United Kingdom (1692-1766), who was an English gunsmith and designer of typographic fonts. His Caslon typefaces were used in the first printed version of the American Declaration of Independence.

Caslon may also refer to:
* Caslon, a family of typeface, created by William Caslon.
* Caslon Antique, a decorative American typeface that was designed in 1894 by Berne Nadall.
* Caslon Roman, a Unicode typeface, designed by George Williams.


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