Monotype Janson® font family


Designed by Robin Nicholas
Patricia Saunders
Nicholas Kis in 1650-1702

About Monotype Janson® font family

The Monotype Janson font family is based on types originally cut by the Hungarian punch-cutter, Nicolas Kis circa 1690. Named after Anton Janson, a Dutch printer. The original matrices came into the hands of the Stempel foundry in Germany in 1919. New type was cast and proofs made; these were used as the source for Monotype's version of Janson. The original hand cut Janson types have a number of small design irregularities which give the typeface its unique charm. These have been carefully incorporated into the new version. The overall effect is of even color and an easy readability that makes Monotype Janson most at home in book and publishing work.
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Font Designer: Robin Nicholas

Monotype Janson

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4 Typefaces

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Monotype Janson® Regular
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Monotype Janson® Italic
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Monotype Janson® Bold
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Monotype Janson® Bold Italic
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