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CentaurDesigner: Bruce Rogers
Publisher: Adobe
Centaur was created by Bruce Rogers and released by Adobe. Centaur includes 4 designs and family bundle alternatives. p > Initially created by Bruce Rogers for the Metropolitan Museum in 1914, Centaur was released by Monotype in 1929. Modeled on letters cut by the fifteenth-century printer Nicolas Jenson, Centaur has a beauty of line and proportion that has actually been commonly acclaimed because its release. The italic type, originally named Arrighi, was created by Frederic Warde in 1925. He modeled his letters on those of Ludovico degli Arrighi, a Renaissance scribe whose lettering work is among the finest of the chancery cursives. Arrighi was produced by Monotype as the buddy for Centaur in 1929. Centaur is a lovely typeface for books, and can be utilized efficiently for much shorter text also. The Centaur Italic (Arrighi) Alternate offers a various style for the lowercase z and zcaron.

Font Family:
· Centaur MT Std
· Centaur MT Std Italic
· Centaur MT Std Bold
· Centaur MT Std Bold Italic

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