Britannic font family


Designed by Wagner + Schmidt in 1901

About Britannic font family

Britannic was originally created at the beginning of the 20th Century, and comes by way of the old British foundry, Wagner + Schmidt. Today's digital version of Britannic includes five separate font styles, one of which -- medium compressed -- is an all caps design. Britannic is a sans serif face with a vertical axis and a high degree of stroke contrast, especially in the heavier weights. This typeface exudes a degree of elegance that has not often been matched in the century that has passed since it was first drawn.
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Font Designer: Wagner + Schmidt Foundry

Britannic

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Britannic

5 Typefaces



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supports at least

56 languages.

Britannic Extra Light -  1 variant
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Britannic Medium -  1 variant
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Britannic Bold -  1 variant
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Britannic Ultra -  1 variant
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