Plantin Semibold fonts
Background: Plantin is a Linotype font family with 9 styles. It was designed by Frank Hinman Pierpont in 1913. Plantin was designed to be used in mechanical typesetting on the international publishing markets. This font type is extraordinarily readable and makes a classy and elegant notion. The bold appearance of this typeface was especially maximized to provide generous contrast. It is widely used in many writings in books and magazine publishing. It supports only lowercase characters which gives a professional and corporate look and feel. Plantin is a registered trademark of Monotype Typography.
Designed 1913 by Frank Hinman Pierpont.