Doric™ font family


Designed by Walter Tracy in 1973

About Doric™ font family

Originally released by the Stephenson Blake foundry in England, Doric is modeled on one of the sans serifs of William Caslon IV, who was the first to interpret sans serif letterforms into a typeface (1816). Doric Bold has large, heavy capitals with uniform letter widths. It is often used for classified advertising in newspapers because these qualities coupled with a large x-height allow greater legibility at small point sizes.
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Font Designer: Walter Tracy

Doric

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Doric™ Bold
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