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Charles E. Heyer designed and patented Armenian No. 2# in 1879; he assigned the rights to Arthur M. Barnhart, Alson E. Barnhart, Charles E. Spindler and S.G. Stein.
As usual, THP Partner Robert Donona has aced a 424-glyph revival of this condensed egyptian—complete with an original lower case plus fractions, ligatures and diacritics to the max!
I noticed the Armenian post the other day. Robert, you are over the top, my friend. Somehow it is comforting to know there is someone even more insane than I. Kudos!
Armenian No. 2:
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