Wittenberger Fraktur™ font family


Designed by Monotype Design Studio in 1906

About Wittenberger Fraktur™ font family

One of the earliest Monotype faces, issued about 1906 in two weights, normal and semibold. Based on Schelter & Giesecke's School Fraktur which was in turn based on type favored by early 16th century printers in Wittenberg. It was the door of the Schlosskirche in Wittenberg on which Luther nailed his 95 theses. For this reason, types similar to Wittenberger Fraktur are particularly associated with Lutheran theology.
There are two s versions in the DFR-layout. They enable you to typeset the old way, where the long s with the form like an f is used in the beginning and middle of a syllable or word and the typical round s, also called final s, is used at the end of syllable and end of words.

Wittenberger Fraktur

Wittenberger Fraktur

2 Typefaces

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

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