Duensing, in "A New Civilité." Fine Print. Vol. 11, No. 1 (January, 1985): 35-41 , discusses his experiences in cutting matrices for Zapf's new Civilité 1971 (project start) through circa 1972-1973 (trial cuttings) to 1983-1984 (recutting finished).
Rich Hopkins, in "Studying the Bulmer Design," American Typecasting Fellowship Newsletter, No. 34 (May, 2010): 18 relates Duensing's experiences with matrices for XVI Century Roman that he had electroformed in Japan in the 1970s.
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