What is the Garamond #3 font?
Opinion varies regarding the role of Claude Garamond (ca. 1480–1561) in the development of the Old Face font Garamond. What is accepted is the influence this font had on other typeface developments from the time of its creation to the present. Garamond, or Garamont, is related to the alphabet of Claude Garamond (1480-1561) as well as to the work of Jean Jannon (1580–1635 or 1658), much of which was attributed to Garamond. In comparison to the earlier Italian font forms, Garamond has finer serifs and a generally more elegant image. More…
The Garamond of Jean Jannon was introduced at the Paris World’s Fair in 1900 as Original Garamond, whereafter many font foundries began to cast similar types. Morris F. Benton’s Garamond appeared in 1936 and is based on the forms of Jean Jannon, which already displayed characteristics of the Transitional style.
Garamond #3 Font families
The Garamond #3 includes the following font families:
- Garamond #3 Pro Roman
- Garamond #3 Pro Italic
- Garamond #3 Pro Bold
- Garamond #3 Pro Bold Italic
- Garamond #3 Roman
- Garamond #3 Italic
- Garamond #3 Bold
- Garamond #3 Bold Italic
Garamond #3 Preview
Here is a preview of how Garamond #3 will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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