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The news keeps showing Charles III signing an Oath in the form of a typographic broadside of at least Crown format, appropriately. Does anyone know how it was produced, by the Printer Royal, His Majesty’s Stationers, or…?

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My hope is that it was printed by letterpress using the revered Caslon.

I found more; Charles III was signing multiple Oaths, using a dip pen and ink-wells, but the desk accessories were too much and he had to have the tray of pens removed before he could sign the next piece.
There isn’t enough detail to the photo, but it isn’t a black-letter used, and we can be sure Helvetica is not the default face.