URW Franklin Gothic font family


Designed by URW++ in 1902

About URW Franklin Gothic font family

By 1915, all the major foundries offered families of sans serifs, sometimes called Gothic in the USA. Franklin was a response suitable for countries in the vanguard of the machine age. Designed by Morris Benton in 1903-1912, Franklin has preserved its own personality ever since. The ITC Franklin Gothic font family is a redrawing by ITC that keeps the original strength intact, meeting the demand for a strong typeface. ITC Franklin Gothic is better read in display sizes and considered a standard in the newspaper and advertising fields.

URW Franklin Gothic

Desktop fonts

17 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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URW Franklin Gothic Light
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Book
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Book Italic
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Medium
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Medium Italic
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Demi
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Demi Italic
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Heavy
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Heavy Italic
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Book Condensed
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Condensed Book SC
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Book Condensed Italic
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Medium Condensed
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Condensed Medium SC
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Medium Condensed Italic
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Demi Condensed
US$ 20
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URW Franklin Gothic Demi Condensed Italic
US$ 20
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