Tuscan Graille except the shading and “whiskers” are removed for possible multi-color work. The few specimens found are in Nicolete Grey’s Nineteenth Century Ornamented Type Faces, 1976 Edition, and an 1872 Edtion of the H. W. Caslon Type Specimen Book.
Unfortunately without identifying a tradename, Nicolette Gray documents that this classic was introduced by (H.W.) Caslon in c1865 and revived in 1884.¹ McGrew adds that it was also called Stellar and that the Bruce TF showed it as Ornamented No. 1046.² A specimen appears in the 1869 catalog.
A thousand thanks to Robert for another perfect job on another important revival!
¹Gray, N. (1938): XIXth Century Ornamented Types and Title Pages, page 204. Faber and Faber Limited, London.
²McGrew, M. (1993): American Metal Types of the Twentieth Century (Second, Revised Edition), page 344. Oak Knoll Press, New Castle, DE.
To Miss Anna:
Here is a specimen of a version of Tuscan Graille with the feathers plucked off but still has the shading taken from the specimen book entitled Provas da Fundacao de typos da Impress Nacional de Lisboa.