1769 is an elegant and modern display serif typeface inspired by the history of France and the Romantic movement.

Jérémie Gauthier of foundry Almarena designed 1769, an elegant and modern display serif typeface. The round shaps of all characters and several ligatures reflect the grace, refinement, and sensitivity of the 18th century. The name ‘1769’ refers to the birth of Napoleon Bonaparte. Consisting of 597 glyphs including several alternatives and ligatures, the font supports 93 languages. Feel free to click on the following link to get further information.

1769 font by Almarena
1769 font by Almarena
1769 font by Almarena
1769 font by Almarena

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