From the holdings of the Archives & Rare Books Library, here are a few typical examples of the ornamentation, layout, style, and type used at the press. Many of the illustration and intricate borders were printed as woodcuts. Morris used only red and black inks and he designed three typefaces for use in the Kelmscott books: Chaucer, Troy, and Golden. All three are largely medieval in style. This look was later imitated by fine presses and commercial printers in England and the United States.