ITC Cheltenham® font family


Designed by Tony Stan in 1978

About ITC Cheltenham® font family

ITC Cheltenham font in its present form is the work of designer Tony Stan. Originally designed by architect Bertram Goodhue, it was expanded by Morris Fuller Benton and completed by Stan in 1975 with a larger x-height and improved italic details. ITC Cheltenham font is an example of an up-to-date yet classic typeface. In 1993 Ed Benguiat added the Handtooled weights to this family.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: ITC Cheltenham
Font Designer: Morris Fuller Benton – About the Designer
Font Designer: Tony Stan

ITC Cheltenham®

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