Pilgrim® font family


Designed by Walter Tracy in 1953
Linotype Design Studio
Eric Gill

About Pilgrim® font family

Pilgrim is a font family is a re-cut from Linotype from a face that Eric Gill originally has designed for a book published by the Limited Edition Club of New York. Admired for its tranquil dignity, the Pilgrim type is both firm and elegant. It resembles in its general appearance to Gill's Joanna font family. The contrast of the font is not very strong. The serifs are bracketed.
Eric Gill, who designed the type on which Pilgrim is closely based, observed one sort of model for his lettering - the incised monumental letter of Roman origin. This is clearly seen in his capitals, but is also true of his lowercase letters, which have little of the calligraphic or engraved qualities of most other type designs. Gill's types are Roman in the classic sense, yet also particular to Gill himself.
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Pilgrim

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