Adantine Revisted…

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Adantine offers the opportunity to bring Victorian Elegance and Character to modern design work. It is inspired by the hand-lettered captions often seen on old sepia-toned postcards, but also distilles some of its spirit from 19th century advertising cuts. Adantine is offered in regular and text faces, as well as all and small Capitals forms with purpose made swashed capitals, and in a decorative embossed form. It can be used to set small amounts of text, as well as for headings and display purposes. Adantine offers the chance to bring steam-age elegance to present day design projects.
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Banner Typefaces Discounted

Our two new banner typefaces are currently being offered at an introductory discount on Myfonts.com.  Bettendorff is being offered at a 30% discount.  Bettendorff is one of two new ‘Masthead’ typefaces from Greater Albion. This 1900’s inspired face makes the construction of ribbon or cartouche banners and mastheads the simple work of a few moments. Bettendorff is also particularly designed to compliment our Spargo and Mexborough families.

Wolvercote is being offered at a 35% discount.  Wolvercote is one of two new ‘Masthead’ typefaces from Greater Albion. This Victorian inspired face makes the construction of ribbon or cartouche banners and mastheads the simple work of a few moments. Wolvercote is also particularly designed to complement our Wolverhampton and Mexborough families.

Masthead Typefaces Released on Myfonts

Our two new ‘Masthead’  typefaces-especially designed to simplify the production of logos, mastheads and signage with character-have now released on Myfonts.com.

Bettendorff is one of two new ‘Masthead’ typefaces from Greater Albion.  This 1900’s inspired face makes the construction of ribbon or cartouche banners and mastheads the simple work of a few moments.  Bettendorff is also particularly designed to compliment our Spargo and Mexborough families.


Wolvercote is one of two new ‘Masthead’ typefaces from Greater Albion.  This Victorian inspired face makes the construction of ribbon or cartouche banners and mastheads the simple work of a few moments.  Wolvercote is also particularly designed to compliment our Wolverhampton and Mexborough families.

Masthead Typefaces Launched

Our two new masthead typefaces have launched on Fontspring.  These are a new departure, designed to make the production of lettered banners, logos, titled and mastheads a simple one step task, with lettering held within a longitudinal cartouche, and the option for ornamental capitals.

First we have Bettendorff, designed for independent use or to compliment our existing Spargo and Mexbortough faces:

Secondly, there’s Wolvercote, again suitable for independent use but also complimenting our Wolverhampton family:

Showcasing Bromwich

Time for our next showcase feature-definately Victorian overtones this time as we showcase Bromwich.  Bromwich is currently offered at a 35% discount on Myfonts.com.


Wolverhampton Offered at a 35% Introductory Discount

For a short time we’re offering Wolverhampton, our new Victorian inspired family, at a 35% discount on Myfonts. Click on the banner below to explore:

Wolverhampton Released

Wolverhampton, our new Neo-Victorian family of three faces has now released on Fontspring and Myfonts.  Here are a few more examples of the three typeface-Regular, Small Capitals and Capitals-in action, but do visit our resellers and try them out for yourself.

Wolverhampton Dispatched

We’ve just dispatched Wolverhampton to our resellers so it should start to be available in the next week or so.  In the meantime we thought we’d give you some more formal information about it and show you some examples of the three families in combination together.

Wolverhampton is a new Neo-Victorian face from Greater Albion Typefounders.  It’s something of an example of starting with a small idea and running with it.  This family of three typefaces (Regular, Small Capitals and Capitals) was inspired by a line of lettering seen on a late 19th Century enamel advertisement made by Chromo of Wolverhampton (hence the family name).  The family grew, topsy-like, from a recreation of these initial fifteen capital letterforms to the three complete typefaces offered here.  The three typefaces are ideal for advertising and poster work with a Victorian, Edwardian, or ‘Steam-punk‘ theme.  They would also be eminently suitable for signage inspired by the same eras or (as we’ve seen a number of our other typeface families prove very popular) for book covers of period related novels and historical works.  Finally, these slender elegant display faces are just plain fun!