Drescher Grotesk BT font family


Designed by  Arnold Drescher in 1930 / 2001
Nicolai Gogoll in 1930 / 2001

About Drescher Grotesk BT font family

The Drescher Grotesk font family was designed by Nicolai Gogoll and Arno Drescher in 1930. This geometric sans serif comes in seven different styles. One of these has been specifically developed to be used solely in contexts that require text in particularly small point sizes.
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Font Designer: Arnold Drescher
Font Designer: Nicolai Gogoll

Drescher Grotesk BT

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Drescher Grotesk BT

7 Typefaces



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Std / OT TTF

supports at least

21 languages.

Drescher Grotesk BT Light

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Drescher Grotesk BT Book

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Drescher Grotesk BT Roman

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Drescher Grotesk BT Semi Bold

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Drescher Grotesk BT Demi

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Drescher Grotesk BT Bold

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Drescher Grotesk BT Small Sizes

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