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1592 GLC Garamond OTF

This family was inspired by the pure Garamond pattern set of fonts used by Egenolff and Berner, German printers in Frankfurt, at the end of the sixteenth century. All the experts said it was the best and most complete set of the time. The italic style used with it was Granjon’s, as in 1543 Humane Jenson. A few fleurons from the same printers have been added.

It can be used variously for web-site titles, posters and flyers design, publishing texts looking like ancient ones, or greeting cards, various sorts of presentations, as a very elegant and legible font... This font supports very large sizes as easily as small sizes, remaining very smart, elegant and fine. Its original cap height is about five millimeters.

The pack is containing 3 styles : Normal, Bold and Italic with 278 Glyphs each. OTF encoding

  • 1592 GLC Garamond otf (400)
  • 1592 GLC Garamond otf (400)
  • 1592 GLC Garamond otf (400)

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