Aetna JY Pro™

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What is the Aetna JY Pro™ font?

JY Ætna was designed originally by Francesco Griffo in 1495, and appeared in a book by Cardinal Bembo the following year. The typeface was re-created by Jack Yan in 1994, in time for its 500th anniversary.
The original x-heights, quaint letters and other niceties have been restored. An italic complement, based on the design by Giovantonio Tagliente, has also been developed.
JY Ætna has been one of JY&A Fonts’ more popular families over the years, with some typographers preferring its taller ascenders and descenders for headline work.

Aetna JY Pro™ Font families

The Aetna JY Pro™ includes the following font families:

  • Aetna JY Pro Roman
  • Aetna JY Pro Italic
  • Aetna JY Pro Medium
  • Aetna JY Pro Medium Italic
  • Aetna JY Pro Bold
  • Aetna JY Pro Bold Italic

Aetna JY Pro™ Preview

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