Typographic specimen books come in two general varieties: those which give a more or less complete showing of the typefaces and those which present abbreviated one-line specimens. Both have their place.
The Book of Intertype Faces
This is a large post binder. Although it is generally paginated sequentially, there are a number of points where it was expanded to add additional material. This was the overall Interytpe specimen book in the 1930s.
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