Designed in 1953 by John Peters, Angelus (Series 555) is “one of the smallest faces every produced by English Monotype. Designed for an unpublished edition of the Bible, it was just 41⁄4 points—almost 17 lines of text to the inch.” – St. Bride Library. Made in roman and italic. Angelus was one of the early inspirations for Bram de Does’ Lexicon. [Bram de Does, typographer & type designer]
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