Definition of Baskerville in English:

Baskerville

Syllabification: Bas·ker·ville
Pronunciation: /ˈbaskərˌvil
 
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noun

A typeface much used in books.
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  • You probably don't know that you can do really impressive stuff using Bodoni, Baskerville, Gill, Futura, Sabon or Helvetica… all of which are typefaces that have been around way longer than you have.
  • I came to believe that there were few things in the world more beautiful than the deep burning black of Baskerville type on crisp rag paper.
  • A classic dating from the 1750s, the many variations of Baskerville and New Baskerville work quite well for both text and display use.

Origin

early 19th century: named after John Baskerville (1706–75), English printer, designer of the typeface.

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