Attic Antique shares the wide spacing and ample serifs of the Century faces. Use it to represent age, to suggest photocopied archives, or to convey a general feeling of old-bookishness. Whereas Attic Antique has numerous potential display uses -- from drop caps to headlines to poster type -- it also holds up amazingly well at small point sizes and might even serve as body copy in certain situations. Attic Antique has two styles, a roman and a true italic; both have full character sets. The OpenType release adds true small caps, old-style and lining figures, numerous ligatures, and Central/Eastern European alphabets.