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Tool-based design created with the reference of Nicolas Copernicus manuscript of "De revolutionibus orbium coelestium". The lettershapes refference the chancery calligraphic style of the 16th century. The font contains Latin and Cyrillic scripts. The Scientifing Publishing House of the University of Nicolas Copernicus in Toruń relesased a book entitled "Septem Sidera" in 2010. It is a religious poem that Copernicus is believed to have written, and it is set with the Kopernik typeface in Latin, Polish, and Russian. The typeface is used by the author for personal projects.