Kis ParaType

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  • Kis - BT Regular
  • Kis - BT Italic
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There are 870 glyphs contained in this font, including OpenType variants accessible via OpenType applications.

Desktop Licence

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About this font

The Bitstream version of Linotype Janson. Nicholas Kis (Kis Miklos) was a Hungarian punchcutter who worked in Amsterdam. His types are some of the greatest in the Dutch old face style and have been used as models for a number of developments in this century. The Linotype version of this style, Janson, was created by Chaunsey H.Griffith in 1937 and based on an original face cut by Kis in 1670-90. The face is named after Anton Janson, a Dutchman who worked in Leipzig, with whom the face has no connection. The typeface is used for text setting. Cyrillic version was developed at ParaType in 2001 by Vladimir Yefimov.

Languages Supported

Basic Latin, Western European, Euro, Baltic, Turkish, Central European, Romanian, Pan African Latin, Dutch, Basic Greek, Basic Cyrillic

Available Formats

Opentype (OTF)

Compatibility

Mac & PC Compatible