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Columbia Titling Font

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Columbia TitlingDesigner: Gregory Shutters
Publisher: Typetanic Fonts
Columbia Titling was designed by Gregory Shutters and released by Typetanic Fonts. Columbia Titling includes 4 styles and family package choices. p > Columbia Titling is a titling-caps screen household based upon broad Clarendon-style wood type and commercial signs design from the late-19th and early-20th Century.

Columbia Entitling consists of a small set of OpenType features, consisting of both tabular and proportional figures, unique superscript ordinal suffixes, highlighted superscript alternate letters, and OpenType fractions. Columbia Titling can have a 'period feel' depending upon its usage, but is fresh enough to use in modern styles, like magazine headlines, invitations, or stationery.

The typeface - released in four weights - takes its name from the historic S.S. Columbia, a steamboat released in 1903. Lettering found on the ship's wheelhouse provided preliminary inspiration for Columbia Titling.

Font Family:
· Columbia Titling Light
· Columbia Titling
· Columbia Titling Medium
· Columbia Titling Bold

Tags: 1800s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900s, all caps, american, antique, awarded, capital sharp s, caps, clarendon, display, egyptian, engravers, extended, headline, hellenic, industrial, letterhead, letterpress, lining, magazine, poster, railroad, signage, slab, slab serif, titling, versal eszett, vintage, western, wide, wood type

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