ITC Weidemann® font family


Designed by Kurt Weidemann in 1983

About ITC Weidemann® font family

The Weidemann typeface's original name was Biblica, which was designed for the collaborative publication of a Bible by the German Catholic and Protestant Churches. The mass of text which the face was intended to set required that the design allow many characters to fit onto one line without rendering the words illegible. Thus, narrow spacing does not compromise the legibility or the elegance of Weidemann.
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Font Designer: Kurt Weidemann

ITC Weidemann

Desktop fonts

8 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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ITC Weidemann® Book
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ITC Weidemann® Book Italic
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ITC Weidemann® Medium
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ITC Weidemann® Medium Italic
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ITC Weidemann® Bold
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ITC Weidemann® Bold Italic
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ITC Weidemann® Black
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ITC Weidemann® Black Italic
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