Emona™ font family

Designed by Franko Luin in 1992
I began my work on Emona while still struggling with Birka. I took the superellyptic form as the basic shape, and that gives the typeface some of its characteristics. It is strictly vertical. It is easy to classify it in the same section as Bodoni & Company.
Emona is what Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, was called in the Roman days.
Emona was released in 1992.

Emona Condensed Bold Italic

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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: LT_59066.ttf
Windows menu name: Emona Condensed
PostScript name: Emona-BoldItalicCondensed
PostScript full name: Emona Bold Italic Condensed
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