Clement Numbers

This exclusive and unique set of numbers was rescued from a forgotten 1838 Type Specimen Book issued by the Fonderie Clement, Bruxelles. I'm not completely sure, but I think that Clement was a Didot's apprentice, who then started his own foundry.

The 5 is my favorite, the upper part is unique. I fell in love with it.
The spiral swirl in number 2 it's also quite awesome, and number 4 is exquisite.
The 8 is a bit wider that the rest, and the counters are big.
The rest are more or less what we are used to, but they also have unique details and attitude.

I hope you enjoy them! I made them with love.
Pablo

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