Slab Serif Fonts

The first Clarendon was introduced in 1845 by R. Besley & Co, The Fan Street Foundry, as a general-purpose bold face for use in conjunction with other serif text faces in works such as dictionaries. In some respects, Clarendon [Link] can be regarded as a refined version of the Egyptian style and as such can be used for text settings, although headline and display work is more usual.
Clarendon styles have seen many revivals, especially during the 1950s and 1980s.
Clarendon LT
Monotype Clarendon
Monotype New Clarendon

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Clarendon® LT font family (Linotype Originals)
Clarendon® font family (Assorted Collection)
Monotype Clarendon® font family (Monotype Library)
Monotype New Clarendon™ font family (Monotype Library)