What is the Franklin Gothic font?
Produced by ATF in 1904, Morris Fuller Benton’s personal version of the heavy sanserifs first made popular by Vincent Figgins in 1830. Franklin Gothic remains popular after over a hundred years of use.
Franklin Gothic Font families
The Franklin Gothic includes the following font families:
- Franklin Gothic Std Roman
- Franklin Gothic Std Italic
- Franklin Gothic Std Condensed
- Franklin Gothic Std Extra Condensed
Franklin Gothic Preview
Here is a preview of how Franklin Gothic will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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