Monotype Grotesque® font family


Designed by Monotype Design Studio in 1926
John F. Cumming in ca. 1898
Geoffrey Lee in 1965

About Monotype Grotesque® font family

Typefaces without serifs were known in nineteenth-century England as Grotesque (or Grotesk in German) because they seemed so unusual to most readers. Monotype Grotesque font is a straightforward 1926 design that is among the earliest sans serifs cut for hot-metal machine typesetting. Its simple, clean lines make it amenable for text use, and the condensed and extended versions are useful for shorter text and display use..

Monotype Grotesque

Desktop fonts

12 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Monotype Grotesque® Light
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Monotype Grotesque® Light Italic
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Monotype Grotesque® Roman
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Monotype Grotesque® Italic
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Monotype Grotesque® Bold
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Monotype Grotesque® Black
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Monotype Grotesque® Light Condensed
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Monotype Grotesque® Condensed
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Monotype Grotesque® Extra Condensed
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Monotype Grotesque® Bold Extended
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Monotype Grotesque® Display Bold Condensed
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Monotype Grotesque® Display Bold Extended
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