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Sovereign Display

Sovereign Display

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Sovereign Display Font Family was designed by Nick Cooke and published by G-Type. Sovereign Display contains 1 styles.

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About Sovereign Display Font Family

Sovereign Display is a decorative all caps headline face in one style with small caps on the lower case positions. Thin horizontal crossrules underpinned by a heavier solid shadow give the typeface a prominent three dimensional appearance and an air of formal distinction. Ornate and iconic, Sovereign Display is perfect for certificates, manuscripts, titling or anything requiring a more sombre, elaborate or engraved slab serif style.

Designers: Nick Cooke

Publisher: G-Type

Foundry: G-Type

Design Owner: G-Type

MyFonts debut: Jan 31, 2012

Sovereign Display

About G-Type

G-Type is a digital font foundry and experienced type design studio founded by Nick Cooke in 1999.G-Type excels at designing logos and custom fonts for leading brands and organisations around the world. Companies and publications as diverse as Vauxhall, Sun Life Financial, Walmart and The Mail On Sunday have had well received typographic makeovers courtesy of G-Type and many more, including NBC Television, SKF, and TATA Consulting use G-Type commercial fonts as the cornerstone of their corporate brand styling.Cooke’s Chevin typeface brands the Royal Mail with distinction and is highly visible at every Post Office throughout the UK.The G-Type retail library is a wonderfully varied and versatile collection of high quality original fonts, invariably containing feature-rich ‘Pro’ character sets brimming with alternates, ligatures, multiple figure options and extensive language coverage.Popular fonts like Houschka Pro and Olicana offer expansive glyph palettes and multiple stylistic sets, enabling your work to adopt various personas without the need to change fonts.

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