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    Does anyone know of a clean, thinner, serif font where the serif isn't so large?

    I've looked on myfonts.com and haven't found what I'm looking for...

    Thanks in advance for all replies

  • #2
    Have you tried ITC Novarese? It has an elegant look to it, it's very thin and the serifs don't scream out at you.

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    • #3
      I like ITC Syndor too
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      • #4
        ITC Symbol is also nice.
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        • #5
          ooh that is delicious urstwhile.
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          • #6
            Is Symbol just about the smallest you can get a serif?
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            • #7
              Not sure Buda, but it is pretty delicate. By the way, ITC Symbol was also designed by Aldo Novarese. So maybe that'd be a good person to research if that's the kind of serif look you're going for.
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              • #8
                Oooh - thanks for the replies!

                I really like ITC Symbol... that might be what I go with!

                THANK YOU!

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                • #9
                  You came to the right place for sure! Glad we could help.
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