Schmale Anzeigenfraktur™

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What is the Schmale Anzeigenfraktur™ font?

The idea of creating this font is based on Koch’s Schmale Deutsche Anzeigenschrift which was released in 1923 by Klingspor in Offenbach, Germany.
This font was entirely redrawn and completed with the help of a few basic letters and the numerals.
This font is intended to be used where Fette Fraktur is running too wide.

Schmale Anzeigenfraktur™ Font families

The Schmale Anzeigenfraktur™ includes the following font families:

  • Schmale Anzeigenfraktur

Schmale Anzeigenfraktur™ Preview

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Is Schmale Anzeigenfraktur™ Free to Download?

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