Esperanto™ font family


Designed by  Franko Luin in 1992
Franko Luin, Esperanto's designer, on this typeface: Esperanto has a lot in common with classic typefaces, and newer interpretations of the classics. The italic reminds of the lettering idea of the Renaissance and their manuscripts. This typeface's name refers to the international language Esperanto, of course. The font is not compatible with the character set of the Esperanto language

Esperanto Condensed

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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: LT_59074.ttf
Windows menu name: Esperanto Condensed
PostScript name: Esperanto-Condensed
PostScript full name: Esperanto Condensed
Catalog number:
15159074
Characters:
227
US$ 35
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