Bell Centennial font family


Designed by  Matthew Carter in 1978

About Bell Centennial font family

Bell Centennial font was created by Matthew Carter in 1976 for the American telephone company Bell. Its bold, clear characters make it an extremely legible and distinctive font.
More related documents:
Font Designer: Matthew Carter
Font Feature: The Sans Serif Typefaces – The Beginnings

Bell Centennial

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Bell Centennial

4 Typefaces



world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Bell Centennial Address

-  2 variants
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Bell Centennial Sub-Caption

-  2 variants
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Bell Centennial Name and Number

-  2 variants
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Bell Centennial Bold Listing

-  2 variants
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