Constantia Font is a serif typeface designed by John Hudson and launched by Microsoft. It was designed for either print or on-screen uses.
This is a transitional serif design, inspired by Eric Gill’s Perpetua design. The development of the typeface began in 2003 and was released in 2006.
The design has a moderate contrast between thick and thin strokes and a nearly vertical axis. And the letters O and Q are slightly off-square.
It contains 4 styles and family package options. But just one style is free that you can use for your personal use.
|Font Name:||Constantia Font Family|
|Style:||Basic, Serif, Display|
|Font Designer:||Eric Gill’s Perpetua|
|File Format:||TTF, OTF|
|License:||Free Fro Personal Use|
|Files:||Constantia (Truetype, Opentype)|
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It is ideally suited for book covers, posters, banners, homeware designs, brochure layouts, business cards, invitations, product packaging, branding projects, t-shirt designs, mug designs, social media posts, advertisements, newspapers and magazines, and certificate designs.
Here at this site, we are offering this font. So, download it now and use it for your personal use only. And if you want commercial use, then you must purchase it first.
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