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This typeface was the inspiration for designs by famed German graphic artist and type designer Aldo Novarese, originally for the 15th century German printed books of calligraphy. To accomplish this the characters were digitized in a rotary geweit. Despite having a spooky-like appearance Aldo Novarese has maintained the name of the typeface ''Albertina'' for quite some time in German fonts. We suggest to anyone looking for a new Garamond with a haunted look ''throw this one up'' or ''call it out''.'
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