Explore Fonts: Baskerville Old Face

Created: Wednesday, May 3, 2017, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:30 am



Baskerville is a font face that’s made it to the contemporary times even though it dates back more than two and half centuries. Part of the reason for its continued success is that the characters in Baskerville contrast so well between thick and thin strokes. This contrast makes Baskerville an eminently readable typeface.

Explore Fonts: Baskerville Old Face

Learn about Baskerville, an old font type that’s still widely used.

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