Pierre Haultin

Pierre Haultin (c. 1510 – 1587) was a French printer, publisher, punchcutter and typefounder.[1][2][3][4][5][6] A French Calvinist, Haultin ran a printing office in La Rochelle from 1571 to 1587, and before that worked in Paris and Geneva.[7] Haultin engraved many typefaces, including romans, italics, Greek and music type, which were widely used across Europe; his nephew Jerome Haultin lived in London from around 1568 and sold his types there.[8]

References

  1. ^ Carter 2002, p. 86-7.
  2. ^ Lane 1996, pp. 110, 115.
  3. ^ Vervliet 2008, p. 243.
  4. ^ Jimenes, Rémi (March 2017). "Reconsidering Pierre Haultin's Early Career: Roots, Training, Beginnings (1546–1550)". The Library. 18 (1): 62–80. doi:10.1093/library/18.1.62.
  5. ^ "Pierre Haultin". Oxford Companion to the Book. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 30 August 2020.
  6. ^ Jimenes, Rémi. "La jeunesse de Pierre Haultin : origine familiale, formation et début de carrière (1546-1550)". Mnémosyne. Esad Amiens. Retrieved 28 November 2020.
  7. ^ Vervliet 2008, pp. 244-246.
  8. ^ Vervliet 2008, pp. 247-8.

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