Serif Font: Verita Display Bold [STD] [PRO]

Verita Display Bold

The Vertia by PreussType is a deep bow to the Diethelm Antiqua. Not a 1:1 copy, but a sensitive further development of the form canon.

The Diethelm Antiqua was designed in the late 1940s by the Swiss graphic designer Walter Diethelm for the Haassche Schriftgießerei AG in Münchenstein near Basel (Switzerland). It is a little-known contemporary of Hermann Zapf's Palatino. Like the latter, this typeface is also a generously broadly running antiqua based on traditional Renaissance models.

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But I must explain to you how all this mis­taken idea of de­noun­cing plea­sure and prai­sing pain was born and I will give you a com­ple­te ac­count of the sys­tem, and ex­pound the ac­tu­al teach­ings of the great ex­plo­rer of the truth, the ma­ster buil­der of hu­man happ­iness. No one re­jects, dis­likes, or av­oids plea­sure it­self, be­cause it is plea­sure, but be­cause those who do not know how to pursue plea­sure ra­tio­nally en­coun­ter con­se­quen­ces that are ex­tre­me­ly pain­ful. Nor again is there any­one who lov­es or pur­sues or de­sires to ob­tain pain of it­self, be­cause it is pain, but be­cause occas­ional­ly ci­rcum­stan­ces occur in which toil and pain can pro­cure him some great plea­sure.
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