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Albertus and VAG Rounded

Noah Nazir
Last edited July 01, 2018
VAG Rounded
With lactic acid juice flavor

Berthold Wolpe designed Albertus from 1932 to 1940, with Albertus Titling being released first, and the lowercase a few years later. Stanley Morison commissioned the face for Monotype in England and named it after Albert the Great, medieval scientist and philosopher. Wolpe based the type on the lettering he did on bronze tablets. Such inscriptions were made by cutting back the ground around the... Read More

Berthold Wolpe
Monotype 1940
Linotype 1979