Antykwa Toruńska (meaning just “Antiqua of Torun”) is an old style serif typeface originally designed by Zygfryd Gardzielewski, a typographer from Toruń (Thorn), Poland. The font is mainly used for typesetting of small prints. Its characteristic features are the widening of vertical stems at the top and the wave-like form of some of the horizontal and diagonal lines as well as of the serifs. Antykwa Toruńska was first cast in metal in 1960 in the Grafmasz typefoundry in Warsaw.
Antykwa Toruńska font family comes in Normal and Condensed styles, 4 weights from Light to Bold with matched Italics.