A2-Mazarin Font Family
Introducing A2-Mazarin, a new font with an illustrious pedigree. Originally designed as a Garamond-inspired metal typeface by Robert Girard c. 1921–23, and published under the name Astrée by esteemed French foundry Deberny Peignot, the typeface was soon recut and renamed Mazarin by renowned English foundry Stephenson Blake in 1926. Only ever available in a single style (with matching Italic), the font has now been expertly restored and reimagined as a contemporary typeface in multiple styles. A2-Mazarin is available in 6 weights, with corresponding italics, and supports an advanced character set, including small caps.