Raleigh™ font family


Designed by  Robert Norton in 1978
Adrian Wiliams in 1978
Carl Dair in 1978

About Raleigh™ font family

The Raleigh typestyle is based on Carl Dair's original 1967, Cartier typeface. which was designed for the Canadian Centennial and the 1967 Montreal World's Fair.
It was renamed Raleigh after Dair's death. Adrian Williams added three weights for a display series, and Robert Norton designed the text version.
More related documents:
Font Designer: Robert Norton

Raleigh

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Raleigh

4 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Raleigh™ Roman

-  1 variant
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Raleigh™ Medium

-  1 variant
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Raleigh™ Demi

-  1 variant
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Raleigh™ Bold

-  1 variant
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