Standaridized variation sequences for the Desert alphabet?
everson at evertype.com
Mon Mar 27 11:20:19 CDT 2017
On 27 Mar 2017, at 17:07, John H. Jenkins <jenkins at apple.com> wrote:
> This should teach me to double-check before posting.
The research is a lot of fun. Can’t wait till I get Ken’s book next week.
> Apparently, the earlier typeface *did* include all forty letters; it just didn't use these two. I don't know what glyphs were used.
What I understood is that typefaces included the letters but there’s no *chart* that contains both 1859 letters.
Ken transcribes into modern type a letter by Shelton dated 1859, in which “boy” is written <>, “few” as <>, “truefully” [sic] as <>, and “you” as <>.
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