Horley Old Style® font family


Designed by Robert Norton in 1977

About Horley Old Style® font family

Released by Monotype in 1925, Horley Old Style was designed as an answer to Frederic W. Goudy's successful Kennerley typeface (issued in 1911, with the italic in 1918). As such, it is a good typeface for text work, and it can be used effectively in large sizes for display work.
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Font Designer: Robert Norton

Horley Old Style

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Horley Old Style

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