Engravers Font is a world-renowned typeface. This different typeface includes 2 styles and each style has its own unique look. This font contains 243 glyphs and 123 binary stored kerning pairs.
First, it was designed by Robert Wiebking in 1899. And now it was redesigned by Morris Benton and Robert Wiebking on April 1, 2007, by Linotype Font Foundry.
It is a serif font family based on the style of engraved letters. It was popular in America and abroad until the end of the nineteenth century.
So, today it brings a turn-of-the-century beauty directly to your keyboard. So, you can practice this unique font family for your amazing designs now.
|Font Name:||Engravers Font Family|
|Style:||Serif, Various, Typeface|
|Font Designer:||Robert Wiebking|
|File Format:||TTF, OTF|
|License:||Free For Personal Use|
|Files:||Engravers (Truetype, Opentype)|
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Its sharp, precise lines and thin strokes make it ideal for formal documents such as wedding invitations, certificates, and diplomas. Engravers is also used in logo design and advertising to give a sense of sophistication and professionalism.
It is well suited for creating logos, movie titles, book layouts, brochure designs, greeting cards, birthday cards, labelings, invitation cards, printing items, social media posters, and reports, as well as headlines, titles, and even documents.
If you’re looking for a font that exudes elegance and refinement, Engravers is a great choice.
This font family is available in Roman and Bold styles. Both styles feature gulfs, experimental ligatures, and punctuation marks.
You can easily download it by clicking the link below. And for commercial works, you must purchase a license from Linotype.
With their outstanding features and excellent eye-catching appearance, these fonts become a priority for any designer to use at least once in their career.