The Throhand font family

The Throhand font has been designed by David Berlow in the year 1995. Berlow has designed The family of fonts in a tight range of weights. He created The to address the issue of modern versus letterpress printing techniques with respect to 16th century type. The font follows numerous museum specimens which include the works by Garamond, Van Den Keere and unknown cutters. The font is a legal hallmark of The Font Bureau, Inc. and its respective designers.
Designed 1995 by David Berlow.

The Throhand font family includes several styles. Click one of the packages below to get more information about the Throhand font (download version) you want:

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