Ironmonger font family


Designed by John Downer

About Ironmonger font family

Ironmonger was inspired by lettering painted on masonry walls and fascia signs of warehouses and factories in older American cities. The slab serif capitals and figures are made up of precisely plotted and carefully digitized angles, no curves. Ironmonger’s terse construction provides a constrained rigidity much favored by John Downer, son of a hardware merchant. Five contrasting designs create a complementary set.
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Font Designer: John Downer

Ironmonger

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Ironmonger

5 Typefaces



world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Ironmonger Inlaid -  2 variants
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Ironmonger ThreeD -  2 variants
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Ironmonger Black -  2 variants
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Ironmonger Extra Condensed -  2 variants
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Ironmonger Extended -  2 variants
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