Venetian 301 is a serif typeface based off of Centaur, a 1929 interpretation of Nicolas Jenson’s Eusebius face from 1469. It’s a calligraphic design that shows off sharp details derived from a pen. Venetian 301 is available in three weights—regular, demibold and bold—each with matching italics.
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