Non Solus font family


Designed by Keith Bates

About Non Solus font family

An Eric Gill "Light Egyptian" called Solus was cut in 1929 and withdrawn by Monotype in 1967. This is K-Type's resurrection of that fine forgotten font, its first digitization. Advised by Robin Nicholas that there may be a legal problem using the original name, our version is Non Solus.
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Font Designer: Keith Bates

Non Solus

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Non Solus

1 Value Pack



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Non Solus Complete Family Pack (8 Typefaces) -  2 variants
From US$ 80
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