Marta font by Fontfabric. An eclectic and accidental-text serif typeface with three wedge weights: regular, bold, and italic vertically.
The ornamental and expressive cursive font you can use as a separate font. The Marta font family includes the Old Calendar figures, distinctive ligatures, ordinals, and alternative forms of signs, thus extending the possibilities of typography. Marta font supports Extended Cyrillic and Latin. It contains over 650+ glyphs at your disposal.
Marta font family is designed by Michael Chereda, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
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