About this font family
Antique Slabserif JNL is a reinterpretation of Monotype’s Modern Antique 26, released in 1909.
The name of the typeface is an oxymoron because Modern conflicts with Antique.
Despite many critics of the “mechanical” look of the font’s design, it has developed a bit of charm with age and the passing of time. More…
Available in both regular and oblique versions, Antique Slabserif JNL can be used as both a text and headline font.