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Kings Caslon Typo

by Dalton Maag

6 fonts: $307.70

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About this font family

Our King’s Caslon is a contemporary interpretation of a classic, based on samples found in old specimen books. This font family is suitable for all types of design and identity projects which require typographic sophistication. Distinct display and text variations emphasize our commitment to typographic finesse. The fonts are designed to work with programs that support OpenType features. The display version differs dramatically from the text type. While the former is designed to attract and charm, the latter is all about functionality. King’s Caslon Display has an extrovert authority that is signified by high contrast between the strokes. King’s Caslon Text is the quiet cousin that will perform when you need to read page after page. Whilst each font knows its place, together they are an unbeatable team. The Typographic Edition has extended OpenType features beyond those of the Standard Edition, which is also available. Extra benefits included in the Typographic Edition are an extended character set with more ligatures, Small Caps and non-lining numerals.

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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 Small Caps Central Europe Baltic Turkish Romanian OpenType Contextual Other OpenType Dingbats & Symbols



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Kings Caslon Typo

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$63.00

Kings Caslon Typo Italic

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$63.00

Kings Caslon Typo Bold

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$63.00

Kings Caslon Typo Bold Italic

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$63.00

Kings Caslon Display Typo

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$55.00

Kings Caslon Display Typo Italic

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$55.00

Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType TTF  

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