Kaufmann® font family


Designed by Max R. Kaufmann in 1936

About Kaufmann® font family

Kaufmann font was designed in 1936 for the American Type Founders by Max R. Kaufmann, a letterer, typographer, and one-time art director for McCalls magazine. Kaufmann is a connecting script typeface with a smooth, slightly whimsical look. Its monoweight is unusual in a script type but allows for a nice texture on the page when it is combined with sans serif text type. The bold Kaufmann is fine display type.
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Font Designer: Max R. Kaufmann

Kaufmann

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Kaufmann

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Kaufmann® Regular -  1 variant
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Kaufmann® Bold -  1 variant
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