What is the Bell Gothic font?
Designed specifically for AT&T to set telephone directories by Chauncey Griffith at Mergenthaler in 1938, Bell Gothic was the standard American directory typeface for forty years. Limited in performance by linecaster matrix requirements, Bell Gothic was replaced by Bell Centennial. Furlong is a version of Bell Gothic adapted for the racing form.
Bell Gothic Font families
The Bell Gothic includes the following font families:
- Bell Gothic Std Roman
- Bell Gothic Std Bold
- Bell Gothic Std Black
Bell Gothic Preview
Here is a preview of how Bell Gothic will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.