Longines Font

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What font is used in the Longines logo?

“Clarendon BT Pro Roman” is the font used in the Longines logo. This font is designed by Robert Besley, Hermann Eidenbenz, Edouard Hoffmann and published by Bitstream. You can purchase this font from the link below.

If you do not want to buy this font, we have also provided a free and alternative font that is very similar to the original font.

You can use this font in your personal projects. Download and enjoy this font from the link below.

The Longines logo font consists of two wings, each end of which is designed with sharp edge lines and an hourglass can be seen in the middle. The font used to display the brand at the top of the brand logo has a luxurious style. This font has been used not only in luxury brands but also in many titles of Epic, Latin, and Western movies.

About Longines

Longines was founded in 1832. Its founder, Auguste Agassi, was proficient in business and worked in the banking industry for some time. In 1832, he and two colleagues, Henry Riggill and Florin Morrell were selected to start their watchmaking company in San Meyer, a partnership with Real Yang, which was later changed to Luther. Namely, they started. Shortly afterward, they began assembling their line with the computer model.

Eventually, both Rigiel and Morrell retired and Agassiz took control of the company. He was forced to retire early in 1850 due to ill health, and his nephew, Ernest Francis, was elected in 852. Until the death of Agassi in 1877, Francis made great and new changes. In 1866 he bought land in southern St. Mary’s and built a factory in the area called Longing, where the present location is called Longines.

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