Genath

Genath is a serif typeface designed by François Rappo in 2011 for Optimo. The design is based off a specimen Johann Wilhelm Haas created in 1720 for the Genath Foundry, which is where the typeface gets its name. Genath is available in three weights with matching italics, as well as a display version.

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Genath Specimen

Genath Type Specimen

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