Perpetua Titling Mt Font Free Download

Perpetua Titling is basically created in 1931 by Eric Gill for Monotype foundry. Between the 1930s and 1950s ( metal typesetting’s last days) this typeface has best-proved itself for contrasting headlines. You can easily get the books of that era that were set with Baskerville body text and Times and Perpetua headings.

Because they were designed to be utilized at huge point sizes both Perpetua Titling MT Light and Perpetua Titling MT Bold look good with extra space between the characters. Due to its extra spacing, these typefaces don’t look so tight.

This font family comes in 5 weights including regular, italic, bold, light, and bold italic. It is the most suitable typeface for safe download on your Windows, Mac, and Linux devices. The Lightweight of this font family is the most prominent and conspicuous among the designers.

Each weight of this typeface comprises 241 stylish characters including all case letters, punctuations, a large number of language supports, symbols, and many special characters. This font family is widely used as a text face in books and it is also very suitable for display and advertising purposes. You can free download this font from our website but only for your personal use.

Usage of Perpetua Titling Mt Font

The high-quality look of this typeface will lend a reputation to any work compatible with its serenity. This typeface was initially used in a private translation named The Passion of Perpetua and Felicity. It is hugely used as a text font in quality books and it is also great for any display work as well as advertising purposes. It is not only well suited for small texts but also great work on large point sizes.

It can be used on various online and offline platforms such as website designs, social media posts, branding projects, Powerpoint presentations, Video games developments, App design, Business cards, Logos, Book Covers, Printing projects, Banners, Templates, Brochure layouts, Signages, Emblems, Labels, Product packaging, Branding projects, and much more.

Perpetua Titling Mt Font Family View

Perpetua Titling Mt Font

Font Information

NamePerpetua Titling Mt Font
DesignerEric Gill
File FormatOTF, TTF
LicenseFree For Personal Use

License Information

This typeface has been released in two versions paid and free. A free version is available on our website that is free from all license issues for personal uses. But if you need this gorgeous font for your commercial use then go for its paid version.

Perpetua Titling Mt Font Family (Includes 5 Typeface)

  • Perpetua Titling Mt Regular
  • Perpetua Titling Mt Italic
  • Perpetua Titling Mt Bold
  • Perpetua Titling Mt Bold Italic
  • Perpetua Titling Mt Light

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Perpetua Titling Mt Font Free Download

We offer you a free version of this typeface that you can use in all your personal and non-commercial projects. You will need to get the font by clicking on the below download button.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

What kind of font is Perpetua Titling Mt?

This is a very stunning serif typeface. The designer of this font family is a notable designer Eric Gill. He was designed this font in 1931 for Monotype corporation. This font family comes in 5 weights including regular, italic, bold, light, and bold italic.

Can I use Perpetua Titling Mt font on my website?

Due to its clean and soft look, it is the most suitable font for any type of website design. You can make your website more beautiful with the use of this typeface.

What font goes well with the Perpetua Titling font? 

This font is well known for its pairing tasks and it well goes with ITC Franklin Gothic Std Book font for any display purposes.

Is Perpetua Titling a free font?

This is a completely free font for personal uses but with some limited features and characters. If you want to access the font’s full family then you must take permission from the font foundry.

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