Sequel 100 Wide

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What is the Sequel 100 Wide font?

Sequel 100 Wide was designed in 2018 by type designer Jeschke in Berlin.

It is based on the sans-serif typefaces of the early 19th century.

A characteristic feature of the Sequel 100 is the almost equal thickness of the vertical and horizontal strokes, the horizontally cut endings of the letters a, c, e, g, s, as well as a striking R.

Unlike other sans-serif faces, the forms are absolutely clean and the x height, in the normal thickness gradation a bit higher, in favor of legibility.

Sequel 100 Wide supports up to 74 languages, from light to bold, with the corresponding italics.

It is now available at MyFonts.


Sequel 100 Wide Font families

The Sequel 100 Wide includes the following font families:

  • Sequel 100 Wide 45
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Sequel 100 Wide Preview

Here is a preview of how Sequel 100 Wide will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.

Who Designed Sequel 100 Wide Font?

Sequel 100 was designed by Oliver Jeschke.

Oliver Jeschke is a Berlin type designer, with the priorities on system font design and custom font design.

He has also designed the following fonts:

Sequel Sans

JT Collect

Sequel Rounded

Spectators Headline


Is Sequel 100 Wide Free to Download?

No, every font we feature is a premium, paid-for font. Please don't waste your time looking for a free download of Sequel 100 Wide.

It is very unlikely you'll be able to find it for free, you risk getting viruses on your computer, and even if you do find it please remember that it's illegal to use it if you didn't pay for it!

If you really want Sequel 100 Wide then click here to visit the download and purchase page on MyFonts to get it with the proper license. The designer and publisher deserves to be paid for their work. :)