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  Great Britain. 1937
  King George VI and National Emblems
  Typography by Eric Gill
  Portrait by Edmund Dulac

  To learn more about Eric Gill's philatelic work,
  see his Notes on Postage Stamps.


  This page was made possible with help from
  Michael & Winifred Bixler
  Editorial Verdehalago :

Eric Gill (1882–1940), was a British sculptor, typeface designer, stonecutter, and printmaker. His designs for the Golden Cockerel Press and Hague & Gill (the commercial press he ran with his son-in-law) are typical of the post-Kelmscott Arts & Crafts movement. He designed faces for hand-setting, Monotype, and Linotype. To see more of his faces, click here.


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