Cantoria®

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What is the Cantoria® font?

Characteristics of the stonecutter’s chisel are visible in the serif shapes of Cantoria, which Ron Carpenter designed for Monotype in 1986. Cantoria follows the American type designer T.M. Cleland’s Della Robbia (1902), also based on stone-cut letters. Round, open counters, large capitals, and a wide range of weights make it a good choice for a variety of display settings.

Cantoria® Font families

The Cantoria® includes the following font families:

  • Cantoria MT Std Light
  • Cantoria MT Std Light Italic
  • Cantoria MT Std
  • Cantoria MT Std Italic
  • Cantoria MT Std SemiBold
  • Cantoria MT Std SemiBold Italic
  • Cantoria MT Std Bold
  • Cantoria MT Std Bold Italic
  • Cantoria MT Std ExtraBold
  • Cantoria MT Std ExtraBold Italic

Cantoria® Preview

Here is a preview of how Cantoria® will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.


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