In 1903, the typeface family Alternate Gothic was developed for ATF (American Type Foundry) by Morris Fuller Benton. It was Benton’s intent to solve many diverse layout problems with the development of a narrow Sans with different width values. The Alternate Gothic enjoys great popularity to this day. Therefore, Elsner+Flake re-worked the typeface family, added all European fixed accents and complemented it with an Antique version.
Alternate Gothic Pro Antique Font families
The Alternate Gothic Pro Antique includes the following font families:
Alternate Gothic Pro No One Antique
Alternate Gothic Pro No Two Antique
Alternate Gothic Pro No Three Antique
Alternate Gothic No Two Antique DEMO
Alternate Gothic Pro Antique Preview
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