Americana® font family


Designed by Richard Isbell in 1965

About Americana® font family

Americana was designed by typeface artist Richard Isbell in 1965. The typeface family consists of two weights and their respective italics. The generous forms of this typeface contain large inner spaces. Lines of text look light and airy and require generous line spacing. The high cross strokes and the open inner spaces make this font highly legible even in small and very small point sizes. The triangular serifs are a distinguishing characteristic of Americana. These first appeared in the 19th century in France and inspired by the developments in lithography, which allowed for freer forms. The forms were typical for advertisement and display typefaces. The sophisticated Americana is particularly suitable for advertisements and personal correspondence.
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Font Designer: Richard Isbell

Americana

Americana

4 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Americana® Roman -  1 variant
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Americana® Italic -  1 variant
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Americana® Bold -  1 variant
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Americana® Extra Bold -  1 variant
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