Saga™ font family

Designed by Franko Luin in 1992
Saga is a rather narrow typeface designed for a typeface competition arranged by a Scandinavian graphic arts magazine. It had to be based on ancient runic characters, that's the reason of some peculiar angular shapes. Saga is not att all a new runic typeface, but a usable one when the columns are narrow.
The name is taken, of course, from the Nordic mythology. But saga" in the meaning of "story" contributed to the decision about the name.
Saga was released in 1992."

Saga Roman

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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: Saga, Saga suit, Saga.afm
Windows menu name: Saga
PostScript name: Saga
PostScript full name: Saga
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US$ 35
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