Attic Antique Font
This surprisingly legible “grunge” serif is modeled after the uneven, imperfect type in a vintage hardbound volume of John Burroughs nature essays. Attic Antique shares the wide spacing and ample serifs of the Century faces, but with the worn, decayed look of the text in a book stored in the attic for a century. Use to represent age, to suggest historical archives, or to convey a general feeling of old-bookishness.
Attic Antique has true small capitals, old-style and lining figures, numerous ligatures, and full Latin support — nearly 900 glyphs in all.