Albertus Extra Bold was used to illustrate King Albertus. It’s the latest in a series of font face visualizations brought to you by Helpful Creative.
Albertus is a glyphic, serif typeface designed by Berthold Wolpe in the period 1932 to 1940. The face began as titling capitals and was modeled to resemble letters carved into bronze. Eventually a lowercase roman was added, and later an italic, which is distinct for its narrow character set. Albertus has slight glyphic serifs.