Liberty London Font

About Liberty London Font

Liberty-Logo fontLiberty is a department store on Regent Street, based in the West End shopping district of Central London. Founded in 1875 and known for its floral and graphic prints, The department store sells a wide range of luxury goods including fragrances, jewellery, accessories, stationery etc.

The font used for the logo of Liberty store is very similar to Liberty EF, which is an inscribed serif font designed by William T. Sniffi and released in 1927. You can preview and buy the font here.

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Liberty EF Typeface in Use

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