Felicitas font family


Designed by  John Sherman

About Felicitas font family

Felicitas is an opentype font inspired by Eric Gill’s design for Perpetua introduced in 1929 by the Monotype Type Foundry.
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Felicitas

4 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Felicitas Regular

-  1 variant
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Felicitas Italic

-  1 variant
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Felicitas Bold

-  1 variant
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Felicitas Bold Italic

-  1 variant
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