Post-Mediaeval® font family


Designed by Herbert Post in 1951

About Post-Mediaeval® font family

Designed for the Berthold foundry in 1951, Post Mediaeval has a strong calligraphic influence. Capitals have noticeable vertical serifs, lowercase ascenders strongly sloping top serifs. The Post Mediaeval font family is best used for display and advertising text.
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Font Designer: Herbert Post

Post-Mediaeval®

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