Cooper Black™ font family

Designed by Oswald Bruce Cooper in 1921

About Cooper Black™ font family

Oswald Bruce Cooper designed Cooper Black, an extra bold roman face, based on the forms of his earlier typeface Cooper Old Style, which appeared with Barnhart Brothers Spindler Type Founders in Chicago. Cooper Black was produced by Barnhart in 1922 and acquired in 1924 by the Schriftguß AG in Dresden, where it was later completed with a matching italic. Although Cooper Black font appeared in the first third of the 20th century, it still looks comtemporary and it can be found on storefronts in almost any city scene. The flowing outer contours create forms that are both strong and soft, making Cooper Black an extremely flexible font.
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Font Feature: Rounded Fonts
Type Gallery: Cooper Black
Font Designer: Oswald Cooper – Oswald Bruce Cooper

Cooper Black

Desktop fonts

2 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Cooper Black™ Regular
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Cooper Black™ Italic
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