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"Windsor is an unusual design cut by Stephenson Blake in 1905. Windsor is a bold face with heavy rounded serifs and strong diagonal stress. Capitals "M" and "W" are widely splayed, "P" and "R" have very large upper bowls. The lowercase "a" "h" "m" and "n" of the Windsor font have angled right hand stems, "e" has an angled cross-stroke. The overall effect is one of friendliness and warmth."

- Description of Windsor, the typeface used in all but one of Woody Allen’s movies since Annie Hall, taken from Linotype

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