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Valentina is a lovely antique Spanish didone designed by Pedro Arilla, Spain. What makes this typeface all the more special is that there is a lovely story behind Valentina—which you can read up on Pedro's Valentina Behance page—as well as Pedro making this entirely free to use for both commercial and personal.

Valentina-Regular Version 1.0: upper case, Lower case, alternate lower case, 457 glyphs, 125 alternates, 46 decorative and discretionary ligatures, upper & lower case numerals, symbols and punctuation marks.

You can download Valentina-Regular Version 1.0 from Pedro's Behance portfolio.








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Apple-Sans-Adjectives was designed [email protected] & @Rich_Cahill, and they have kindly made this font available as a freed