Albertus font is the display font family and Berthold Wolpe designed this font in 1932. Lower letters and more characters were added in 1940. It is very famous for its release. Wolpe named the font after Blastrick Vintage, the thirteenth-century German thinker and theologian. The correct amount of stroke contrast and wedge-like serifs makes Ledger a tremendously readable font. It used to be designed by using Denis Masharov.
Albertus is a glyphic serif show typeface designed by way of Berthold Wolpe in the period 1932 to 1940 for the British department of the printing company Monotype.
This font is free for PERSONAL USE.
License: Personal Use Only!
Font Type: Free
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