Amelia™ font family


Designed by Stanley Davis in 1965

About Amelia™ font family

What sets Linotype Amelia apart from all the rest are its unusual inner spaces. Their teardrop forms lead the readers eye through the line of text. These teardrop shapes can also be seen in the contours of the characters themselves, making the letters look rounded and flexible. Linotype Amelia was designed by Stanley Davis in 1965 and speaks the language of the digital age. The flowing strokes and round forms give it an uncomplicated and lively look.
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Font Designer: Stanley Davis

Amelia

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Amelia

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

US$ 35
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