BMC VIII 232: "116(119)G., not distinguished by Proctor. The capitals are the same, except that B drops below the line and
several letters, including E, I, and T (which may be a different sort), have been narrowed, apparently by filing. The
lower case, besides being on a narrower sett, has two forms of a, one with a gap between the upper bowl and the left
stem of the lower part, the other narrower with no gap-both forms with larger upper bowl than that of 116G.; e
generally very narrow, i with taller shaft, narrower alternative n, thicker t with blunt top, and narrower initial v. The
body is slightly larger. In use in 1476-8. By 1479 the type has further changed into
116(117)G. (= Type 1**:117G)"