Beneta™ font family

Designed by Karlgeorg Hoefer in 1992
Beneta Borders was designed by Karlgeorg Hoefer and consists of a collection of ornaments. The tradition of framing a page with ornaments goes back to the Middle Ages, when scribes wrote all texts by hand and often illuminated them with ornaments and borders. This practice gained in popularity in the 19th century and again in the 1940s, when advertisements for hair stylists, restaurants, dance halls, etc. were not complete without borders. Printers and designers can use Beneta Borders to make texts, especially advertisements, more eye-catching or unique and mix especially well with the currently popular 'revival faces', such as Electra, for example.Here is a link to the Klingspor-Museum."



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Technical font names:
File name: Beneta LT Borders, BenetLTBor, BenetLTBor.AFM
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PostScript name: BenetaLT-Borders
PostScript full name: Beneta LT Borders
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