For geometrical variations of the Shoulder see Distinctive Type Bodies, above.
For non-printing ornamented or trade-marked surfaces of quads and spaces, see Quads and Spaces, below.
The name of Haddon & Co. (The Caxton Type Foundry, [by 1895] - 1939? London) on the shoulder of a 36 point figure.
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