Monotype Old Style™ font family


Designed by Monotype Design Studio in 1901
Miller and Richard Foundry in 1860

About Monotype Old Style™ font family

Monotype Old Style is a nineteenth century update of Caslon Old Face with characteristics of the moderns built in. Monotype Old Style was recut by Monotype in 1901 from a Stephenson Blake & Company version. The design originated at the Miller and Richard foundry in 1860. In some respects it can be seen as transitional between old style and modern, but the spirit of the old styles predominates. By the turn of the century it had become a successful rival to the moderns. The Monotype Old Style font family is an attractive design which gives a light, airy feel to text.

Monotype Old Style

Desktop fonts

5 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Monotype Old Style™ Regular
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Monotype Old Style™ Italic
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Monotype Old Style™ Bold
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Monotype Old Style™ Bold Italic
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Monotype Old Style™ Bold Outline
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