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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———. Notes on Postage Stamps. Kat Ran Press, 2011.
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Worsfold, Peter. Great Britain King George VI Low Value Definitive Stamps. Great Britain Philatelic Society, 2001.