Farnham is a serif typeface designed by Christian Schwartz and released through Font Bureau in 2004. The design was inspired by the work of eighteenth century German punchcutter Joan Michaël Fleischman and features ball terminals and prominent angular serifs. Farnham is a large family available in both text and display optical sizes as well as a really fun, ornate swash style.
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