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Baskerville

[ bas-ker-vil ]
/ ˈbæs kərˌvɪl /
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noun
John, 1706–75, English typographer and manufacturer of lacquered ware.
a style of type.
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Baskerville
/ (ˈbæskəˌvɪl) /

noun
a style of type

Word Origin for Baskerville

C18: named after John Baskerville (1706–1775), English printer
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