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Dante® eText font family

Designed by  Giovanni Mardersteig in 1957

Up to 4 Typefaces / 1 Value Packs
Supports at least 33 languages (Pro / OT TTF)

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Supports up to 85 languages.

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Supports up to 2 OpenType features.

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Dante was designed by Giovanni Mardersteig. Mardersteig started work on Dante after the Second World War when printing at the Officina Bodoni returned to full production. He drew on his experience of using Monotype Bembo and Centaur to design a new book face with an italic which worked harmoniously with the roman. Originally hand-cut by Charles Malin, Dante was adapted for mechanical composition by Monotype in 1957. The new digital font version has been re drawn, by Monotype's Ron Carpenter, free from any restrictions imposed by hot metal technology. The Dante font family was issued in 1993 in a range of three weights with a set of titling capitals. Dante is a beautiful book face which can also be used to good effect in magazines, periodicals etc.

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Dante® eText Regular

-  1 variant
From US$ 79
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Dante® eText Italic

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Dante® eText Bold

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Dante® eText Bold Italic

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