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Monticello is a typeface, a transitional, first created by American type foundry Binny & Ronaldson to set a published edition of Thomas Jefferson's papers. In the modern day the 10-point font has been digitized by Matthew Carter.
- "Monticello: The History of a Typeface" by Charles Creesy, Princeton University Press; Printing History, the Journal of the American Printing History Association, Volume XXV, Number 1, 2006).
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