Largo™ EF

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What is the Largo™ EF font?

The typefaces Largo Mager (Light) and Largo Halbfett (Medium) were cast for the first time in 1937 by Ludwig & Mayer based on the designs by Hans Wagner. One weight Largo Licht (Outline) was added in 1956. All fonts were only configured with capitals.
The digital version of Largo has pointed serifs and not the slightly rounded ones seen in the hot metal versions which gives the typeface a more elegant note.
Largo is often used for fine printing jobs as business cards or formal invitations, or in the fashion and cosmetics fields. More…
Hans Wagner was born in Munich in 1894 and died in 1977 in Altenburg where he had worked as a painter, graphic designer and book designer. In addition to the Largo typeface, he developed, among others, the Altenburger Gotisch (1928), the Welt-Antiqua (1931-1934) and the Wolfram (1930).

Largo™ EF Font families

The Largo™ EF includes the following font families:

  • Largo BEF Light
  • Largo BEF Medium

Largo™ EF Preview

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