Eleonora is a serif and display serif font family. This typeface has five styles and was published by Three Islands Press.
Eleonora tends to defy standard categories. Had the typeface been designed in about 1790, it might’ve been called a “late transitional face” and lumped together with Bell and Bulmer. But it’s a modern typeface, showing more restraint in its finer details than even Baskerville. Also noteworthy: it has no traditional, script-like italic but a more severe oblique with baseline serifs and other roman features. Has regular, italic, bold, and bold italic styles.