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Old-style refers to a type face which has uniform thicknesses, slanted serifs, and irregular letters.[1][2] It is also sometimes written oldstyle or old style.

Old Style (with a capital O and S) refers to a time reckoned using the Julian calendar.[1]

Old-style can also mean literally an outdated model or manner. For example, "people don't use the old-style rotary telephones anymore."


  1. 1.0 1.1 Old-style, Dictionary.com
  2. Old-style, Merriam-Webster