Herald Gothic font family

About Herald Gothic font family

The incisive appearance of the economical Herald Gothic headline is given by the bevelled corners to the characters, a practice common in the eighteen-seventies for news heads. The series is based upon a single condensed ATF sanserif from the period. Matthew Butterick designed it for Font Bureau, adding two new weights, with each weight including an alternative style of capitals, and small capitals as well.
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Font Designer: Matthew Butterick

Herald Gothic

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Herald Gothic

6 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Herald Gothic Light -  2 variants
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Herald Gothic Light Small Caps -  2 variants
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Herald Gothic Medium -  2 variants
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Herald Gothic Medium Small Caps -  2 variants
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Herald Gothic Bold -  2 variants
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Herald Gothic Bold Small Caps -  2 variants
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