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Bulmer®

by Adobe

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About this font family

Designed in 1792, the Bulmer types are named not after their designer, William Martin, but after the printer who used them so well in his Shakespeare [sic] Press editions. In fact, it was Morris Fuller Benton who gave them the name back in 1928 when he was creating revivals for American Type Founders. Originally, Martin’s type was the English answer to the sharp, fine letterforms of Italy’s Bodoni and France’s Didot type foundries. But the Bulmer types did more than imitate the starkness of the modern-style Didot-Bodoni types. By condensing the letterforms, giving the strokes higher contrast, and bracketing the serifs slightly, Martin made his typefaces both beautiful and practical. You’ll often see Bulmer in use as a display face because of its high contrast and distinctive letter shapes. As a text face, it adds elegance to any page, and in combination with its expert set, you can use Bulmer for text settings of virtually any subject, from novels to mathematical treatises.

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Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures OpenType Alternates Other OpenType Dingbats & Symbols

only available in some of the styles in this family:
Small Caps



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Bulmer MT Std

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std Italic

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std SemiBold

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std SemiBold Italic

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std Bold

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std Bold Italic

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std Display

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std Display Italic

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std Display Bold

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$29.00

Bulmer MT Std Display Bold Italic

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$29.00

Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF  


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