Back to back Clarendon’s to close out the week! The capital I tends to be a rather nondescript letterform, and this is one of the more elaborate ones I have. Like the X I posted earlier this week, this block was cut from a sizable tree, and the face is absolutely gorgeous. There’s one wound on the lower right edge, and though i don’t have my proofs here with me, I’d say it shows in print.
Style: Clarendon Condensed Bold
Style first appeared: Late 1800’s
Size: 24 line
Manufacturing Method: Pantograph
Is it part of a complete set? Not yet