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Stephenson Blake

Stephenson Blake was a British metal type foundry, founded in 1819 by silversmith and mechanic William Garnett and toolmaker John Stephenson, and based in Sheffield, England.

In 1937 it acquired the famous H. W. Caslon & Co. type foundry.

It was active from the 19th century until the 1990s, and remained the last active type foundry in Britain. Its materials were purchased by the Type Museum, London.

Digital revivals of fonts published by Stephenson Blake:

EF Algerian
Algerian by Linotype
Algerian Condensed
Bazoo Tow NF
EF Chisel
Chisel (URW)
Doric Bold
Drury Lane NF
East India Company NF
Glengary NF
Palace Script
EF Playbill
Playbill (BT)
Playbill (URW)
Playbill SB
Playbill SH
Plus De Vagues NF
Sterling Script