Walbaum™ Fraktur font family

Designed by Justus Erich Walbaum in about 1800

About Walbaum™ Fraktur font family

Justus Erich Walbaum was a German punchcutter who worked in Weimar around 1800. He produced both serif and blackletter typefaces. Walbaum Fraktur" is based on his famous blackletter-style type (called Fraktur in German). Walbaum Fraktur is an excellent font for anything old-fashioned, Northern European, or typographically quirky."
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Font Designer: Justus Erich Walbaum – About the Designer

Walbaum Fraktur

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