The incised quality of Perpetua™ Regular will lend distinction to any work compatible with its serenity. A sensitive adaptation of a style of letter that had been popularized for monumental work in stone by Eric Gill. Large scale drawings by Gill were given to Charles Malin, a Parisian punch-cutter, and his hand cut punches were the basis for the font. First used in a private translation called 'The Passion of Perpetua and Felicity'; the italic was originally called Felicity. Widely used as a text face in quality books, Perpetua Regular is also very popular in advertising and display work. Character Set: Latin-1
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