Monotype Goudy™ Catalogue font family


Designed by Monotype Design Studio
Frederic W. Goudy in 1915

About Monotype Goudy™ Catalogue font family

Originally designed for American Type Founders, Goudy drew inspiration from the classical old style faces for Goudy Old Style. Round characters have a strong diagonal stress, ascenders are fairly long but descenders are very short. Goudy bold was introduced in 1920; this was designed by Morris Fuller Benton. This typeface has been particularly popular in America where it is extensively used in advertising, book jackets, for labels and packaging.
More related documents:
Font Designer: Frederic W. Goudy – About the Designer

Monotype Goudy Catalogue

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2 Typefaces

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Monotype Goudy™ Catalogue Regular
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Monotype Goudy™ Catalogue Italic
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