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Robert Thorne (typographer)
British typographer and type founder

Robert Thorne (typographer)

Robert Thorne (typographer)
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Intro British typographer and type founder
Is Typographer Founder
From United Kingdom
Field Arts Business Creativity
Gender male
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Robert Thorne (1754–1820) was a British typographer and type founder.
In 1794, Thorne acquired the type foundry of the late Thomas Cottrell based in Nevil's Court, London, and moved it to 11 Barbican, and then in 1802 to a former brewery in Fann Street, and renamed it the Fann Street Foundry. On his death in 1820, the business was bought by William Thorowgood.

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