Dutch Three Quarter Case

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This Dutch typecase lay is in use at In De Bonnfant, in the Netherlands, in 2004. It measures 53cm x 83cm. The J and U are shown in their traditional place, but in modern times would be moved to the end of the row. The ij ligature is sometimes placed where the 1½pt spacing is. The boxes marked * are those used traditionally for ff fi fl when ffi and ffl are also in use. The empty case is shown as Three Quarter.

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ie with the boxes left blank
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This page was written in 2004 by David Bolton and last updated 12 December 2021.