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About the Geographica Roman Font

Thomas Jefferys (ca. 1710–1771) was the best-known map engraver in 18th-century England, chiefly because he won (and hyped) the title Geographica Roman Font “Geographer to King George III.”

Jefferys was more an engraver/publisher than a geographer, really, since he mostly relied on the cartographic materials of others. Still, his maps of the North American colonies were well known.

Geographica Roman is the regular style of four in a serif text-type family modeled after the neat hand-lettered place names and peripheral text on Jefferys’s maps.

This legible font combines a hand-drawn warmth with a distinctly historical flair. With its long serifs and ample x-height, Geographica Roman will add classic elegance to long text blocks or display types, whether on paper or screen.

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OpenType features include small capitals and two stylistic sets of titling caps. Comes with a slew of unique cartographic ornaments, and offers full support for Central and Eastern European languages—more than 1,200 glyphs in all.

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