Washington Post Font! The Washington Post is an American newspaper published in Washington DC with a large national audience.
The Washington Post is an American daily publisher company founded on December 6, 1877.
Launched by Stilson Hutchins in Washington, D.C., it is now one of the largest circulating newspapers in the Washington metropolitan area. And it has won 47 Pulitzer Prizes, including six separate Pulitzer Prizes.
Here I want to talk about the nearest font used in this newspaper. Its name is Engravers Old English Font. A very deep and unique typeface collaboration designed by Buttstream and Morris Filler Benton.
|Font Name:||Engravers Old English Font|
|Style:||Blackletter, Old English, Typeface|
|Font Designer:||Morris Benton|
|License:||Free For Personal Use|
|Files:||Engravers Old English (Truetype)|
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Its characters have an amazing texture that gives it a Gothic shape. Therefore, both its height and width are slightly different from the standard size.
Due to its elegant texture, you can create several good designs. Like card printing, certificates, brochure layout, wedding cards layout, newspaper headlines, titlings, labels, brochures, cartoon posters, and many other good places.
Engravers Old English font has 255 unique glyphs along with 1000 units per em. Ascender and Descender order of the font has 848 and -216
We are offering this font here for free and you can download it with just one simple click. So, download it now and use it for free for private use.
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