|Guillaume Litaudon 4384ec4225|
SIL Open Font License, 1.1
I present to you a new font: Bailleul, a didone inspired by the Cicéro Bailleul typeface and based on Justus Roman. Bailleul et cie was a Parisian foundry mainly active during the 19th century. Its work can be found in Spécimen des caractères de la fonderie Bailleul et cie, rue des Boucheries St.-G. 38. Premier cahier and L'Éternité par les astres by Auguste Blanqui in 1872.
- Bold Italic
Cicéro Bailleul is much more condensed (yet legible), but I plan to make a condensed version of Bailleul Roman.
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