What is the Latin Extra Condensed font?
The American nineteenth century display form as handed down through ATF and the composing machine companies, largely for use in newspaper headlines.
Latin Extra Condensed Font families
The Latin Extra Condensed includes the following font families:
- Latin Extra Condensed Std Regular
Latin Extra Condensed Preview
Here is a preview of how Latin Extra Condensed will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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