We are proud to introduce the Handel Gothic Font Family! Featuring great features, this typeface is legendary. The first version was designed by Donald J. Handel and was published in the middle of the 1960s. After its release, the Handel Gothic Font gained incredible popularity in no time. During the 1980s, it became the most popular font because of its appealing layout.
There is a great variety of fonts, so choosing one for a project is difficult enough. Then you have to consider which font to choose. And then you have to make sure that the font you’ve found is available in all the formats for which your project calls (for instance, you can find a nice “Handel Gothic” font, but only in TTF format if you want to use this typeface online).
The Sans-Serif font is used by some international companies, including United Airlines, Warner Bros, etc. There are 399 glyphs in the Handel Gothic Font, each with 1000 units per em. The height and width ratios are 1149 (height) and 1352 (width).
Two hundred sixty characters are included in that font family, as well as support for English, Dutch, Italian, and many other languages. In addition to the type design, each aspect of this family of TrueType fonts has its essentials. The benefit of this unique font is that it can be combined with any other essential font family.
With this free font family, you can use a wide range of designing approaches. We can design attractive logos, brochures, book covers, banners, title designs, posters, business cards, invitations, wedding cards, textile printing, and many other services.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.