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Gerolinda Font

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GerolindaDesigner: Antonio Vignali
Publisher: RM&WD
Gerolinda was designed by Antonio Vignali and released by RM&WD. Gerolinda contains 6 designs and family package choices. p > Gerolinda has nearly 1900 glyphs per weight; with its OpenType features it recreates the sensation of a mid-19th century Italian gentlewoman's handwriting. There are more than 1900 glyphs each weight with 250 versions covering all European accents and a broad option of numbers: lined, tabular, ordinal, old style, and so on. Likewise ligatures, discretional ligatures, contextual and stylistic alternates, smashes, contestual swashes, stylistic sets and ornaments. (la terminologia la do per buona!)

This is a complete font style for both editorial and graphic design. Gerolinda font style is matched by Gerolinda Style, committed solely to upper case letters: around 1,600 glyphs with all the accents.

For best results, usage of OpenType functions is strongly advise.

Font Family:
· Gerolinda Extra Light
· Gerolinda Light
· Gerolinda Design Light
· Gerolinda Bold
· Gerolinda Design Bold
· Gerolinda Extra Bold

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