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

4 Value Packs

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Monotype Grotesque 1Volume (6 Typefaces)
US$ 149
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Monotype Grotesque® 2 Volume (5 Typefaces)
US$ 131
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Monotype Grotesque Complete Family Pack (10 Typefaces)
Monotype Grotesque Complete Family Pack (10 Typefaces)
US$ 195
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