Goudy Stout font family


Designed by Microsoft

About Goudy Stout font family

Goudy Stout was designed by Frederic W. Goudy in 1930. This version was created by Vincent Connare while at Microsoft. Goudy Stout is a decorative typeface that is quite unusual, a novelty of sorts among Goudy's many typographic achievements. The Goudy Stout font is considered a frivolous typeface. Goudy wrote In a moment of typographic weakness I attempted to produce a 'black' letter that would interest those advertisers who like the bizarre in their print."

Goudy Stout

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Goudy Stout

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Goudy Stout Regular -  2 variants
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