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Old 03-04-2007, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default Tschichold’s favorite ampersands

As a bonus with the copy of Idea magazine (noted in another thread) I received a slender booklet, virtually all in Japanese, showing Jan Tschichold’s collection of favorite ampersands: Jan Tschichold formenwandlungen der et-zeichen.

Now I have two of these. The other is written all in Dutch: Jan Tschichold Vormveranderingen van het &-teken.

Wonder if there is an Italian or French (or even English) version? I should collect them all! <g>

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Wonder if there is an Italian or French (or even English) version?
And I wonder if anyone has reprinted anything in German, the language he wrote in.

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