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Sabon Next LT Display Italic Alternate

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Latin Capital Letter A (A) Latin Capital Letter B (B) Latin Capital Letter C (C) Latin Capital Letter D (D) Latin Capital Letter E (E) Latin Capital Letter G (G) Latin Capital Letter H (H) Latin Capital Letter I (I) Latin Capital Letter J (J) Latin Capital Letter K (K) Latin Capital Letter L (L) Latin Capital Letter M (M) Latin Capital Letter N (N) Latin Capital Letter O (O) Latin Capital Letter P (P) Latin Capital Letter Q (Q) Latin Capital Letter R (R) Latin Capital Letter S (S) Latin Capital Letter T (T) Trade Mark Sign (™) Latin Capital Letter U (U) Latin Capital Letter V (V) Latin Capital Letter W (W) Latin Capital Letter X (X) Latin Capital Letter Y (Y) Latin Capital Letter Z (Z) Latin Small Letter A (a) Feminine Ordinal Indicator (ª) Latin Small Letter C (c) Latin Small Letter E (e) Latin Small Letter F (f) Latin Small Letter H (h) Latin Small Letter I (i) Latin Small Letter J (j) Latin Small Letter K (k) Latin Small Letter L (l) Latin Small Letter M (m) Latin Small Letter N (n) Latin Small Letter Q (q) Latin Small Letter R (r) Latin Small Letter S (s) Latin Small Letter T (t) Latin Small Letter U (u) Latin Small Letter V (v) Latin Small Letter W (w) Latin Small Letter X (x) Latin Small Letter Y (y) Latin Small Letter Z (z) Masculine Ordinal Indicator (º) Latin Small Ligature Oe (œ) Number Sign (#) Dollar Sign ($) Ampersand (&) Plus Sign (+) Solidus (/) Digit Zero (0) Digit One (1) Digit Two (2) Digit Three (3) Digit Four (4) Digit Five (5) Digit Six (6) Digit Seven (7) Digit Eight (8) Digit Nine (9) Commercial At (@) Vertical Line (|) Inverted Exclamation Mark (¡) Cent Sign (¢) Section Sign (§) Soft Hyphen (- ­) Pilcrow Sign (¶) Bullet (•) Euro Sign (€) Division Slash (⁄ ∕) Infinity (∞) En Dash (–) No-Break Space (   ) Comma (,) Full Stop (.) Colon (:) Semicolon (;)
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This is a listing of all 84 glyphs contained in the font, including OpenType variants that may only be accessible via OpenType-aware applications.

Each basic character (“A”) is followed by Unicode variants of the same character (Á, Ä…), then OpenType variants (small caps, alternates, ligatures…). This way you can see all the variations on a single character in one place.

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