Here, in one single file, is the entire Cheltenham Shaded section (pp. 429-435). It is not small (41 Megabytes): atf-1923-0600rgb-0429-0435-cheltenham-shaded.pdf
Page 429 - Shaded Faces
This is the introductory page for the Shaded Faces section. It is set in Cheltenham Bold with Haftel Ornament No. 7207 (see page 717).
Page 430 - Cheltenham Bold Shaded
ATF Series No. 76.
Page 431 - Cheltenham Bold Italic Shaded
ATF Series No. 74.
Pages 432-433 - Cheltenham Bold Shaded and Italic
Two pages of example showings of these faces. Designs use [unidentified ornament, p. 432], Haftel Border (see p. 670), Floral Decorators (No. 6047, see p. 755), Floral Decorators (No. 7219, see p. 754), Cloister Ornaments (No. 3656, see p. 725), American Borders (Nos. 623 and 1205, see p. 695), and Haftel Ornaments (No. 6002, see p. 717).
Pages 434-435 - Cheltenham Extrabold Shaded
ATF Series No. 78. Page 434 is a standard specimen of the family member. Page 435 is a showing of its use in two example designs. These employ Engravers Borders (18 pt., No. 1801, see p. 667).
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