Charlemagne™ font family

Designed by Carol Twombly in 1989

About Charlemagne™ font family

The capital alphabet Charlemagne was designed in 1989 by Carol Twombly. The basic forms are modelled on those used in classical Roman engravings. They are distinguished by pointed serifs which sometimes extend beyond the bounds of the forms, for instance on the E, F and S. These serif forms have made other historial appearances, for example, in handwritten rectangular capitals of the 9th century. The serifs lend the typeface a light ornamental touch. Charlemagne is a typical titling typeface and is best used in large and very large point sizes to emphasize its classical elegance.
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Font Designer: Carol Twombly



2 Typefaces

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Std / OT CFF

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21 languages.

Charlemagne™ Regular -  1 variant
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