Antykwa Półtawskiego

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Antykwa Półtawskiego
Antykwa poltawskiego regular.svg
Designer(s)Adam Półtawski [pl]

Antykwa Półtawskiego (pronounced [antɨkfa puwˈtafskʲɛɡɔ]; lit.'Półtawski's antiqua'[a]) is an antiqua typeface designed by Adam Półtawski [pl] from to specifically for the Polish language.[1][2]


The Polish TeX User's Group GUST (Janusz M. Nowacki, Bogusław Jackowski and Piotr Strzelczyk) digitised Antykwa Półtawskiego using Metafont with four weights (light, normal, medium, bold), italic and upright styles, as well as specific fonts for the 6, 8, 10, 12 and 17 point optical sizes.

Most languages written in the Latin script are supported, among them all such European languages as well as some other languages such as Vietnamese and Navajo.[1]

The Antykwa Półtawskiego fonts are available free of charge under the terms of the GUST Font License.[3]


  1. ^ a b c Jackowski, B.; Nowacki, J. M.; Strzelczyk, P. "Antykwa Poltawskiego [sic] Family of Fonts: THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on 2021-10-09.
  2. ^ "Polish (Type)faces – Fonts from the Land of Vistula".
  3. ^ "The Antykwa Półtawskiego family of fonts — GUST Web Presence".


  1. ^ Antykwa Półtawskiego's author originally named it antykwa polska, meaning "Polish antiqua"[1]

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