Hamilton font family

About Hamilton font family

Hamilton is a spirited trio of designs, each fitting as many characters per line as weight will permit. Original designs were patented in 1887 by William Hamilton Page, a self-taught genius who came to dominate wood type manufacture in the U.S.. Nos. 508, 510, and 513 are each lighter and narrower than the last. Tom Rickner followed No. 508 for Bold, adapting Medium and Light. A series for display and short measure text.
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Font Designer: Tom Rickner

Hamilton

Hamilton

3 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Hamilton Light -  2 variants
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Hamilton Medium -  2 variants
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Hamilton Bold -  2 variants
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