Frank Ruehl BT font family

Designed by  Rafael Frank in 1908, 2002

Rafael Frank

Born on 11 March 1867 in Ischenhausen near Augsburg; died in March 1920 in Leipzig. Scholar and teacher. He designed Frank-Ruehl, which was to become the ubiquitous Hebrew text font style of the 20th century. It was adapted for use on typesetting machines and many printers provided a phototypesetting service using this font.

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Frank Ruehl BT

1 Family

world-map map Hebrew map

Std / OT TTF

supports at least

21 languages.

Frank Ruehl BT Regular

-  1 variant
From US$ 29
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