Introducing you a newspaper font the Washington Post Font. Washington Post is an American daily newspaper publisher company was founded on 6 December 1877. It’s started by Stilson Hutchins in Washington, D.C. Now it’s become one of the largest circulated newspaper in the Washington metropolitan area. And it has won 47 Pulitzer Prizes including six separate Pulitzers awards.
Due to its popularity, many type designers are whiling to work with the font family which uses in the logo of Washington Post. Here I wanna discuss the closest font used in this newspaper. Its name is Engravers Old English Font. A very keen and unique typeface contribute by Bitstream and designed by Morris Fuller Benton.
Washington Post Font Family
This remarkable font has 255 unique glyphs along with 1000 units per em. Ascender and Descender order of the font has 848 and -216. It is a typeface that could perceive either as cutting-edge or as nostalgic. If you analyze deeper to it then you will realize how much precision and dedication has delivered for creating it.
You may be a developer or a designer who looking forward to it. Let us invite you! We are here giving this script font for free and you can download it by only a simple single click. So, Download it now and use it for private undertaking as for free.
For commercial uses, you must buy a license first because the Engravers Old English Font is ideal for unique purposes. Like making logos, brochure layout, wedding cards layout, newspaper headlines, titlings, and many more purposes.
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