Charme™ font family


Designed by Helmut Matheis in 1957

About Charme™ font family

In 1957, Helmut Matheis designed Charme for the Ludwig and Mayer type foundry, located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. This informal script is of medium weight and has some variation of color. The caps are flowing and the lower case letters are close fitting. Their is a bold companion, called Slogan.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Charme
Font Designer: Helmut Matheis

Charme

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Charme

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

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21 languages.

Charme™ Roman -  2 variants
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