Blackletter, also known as Gothic script was a script used throughout Western Europe from approximately 1150 to well into the 20th century and the most works in Germany were printed using blackletter fonts.
Today, blackletter fonts are mainly used decoratively. If you want to communicate a feeling of old world quality or snugness, blackletter fonts are the preferred choice. Use them on signs, in brochures, on invitation cards or for logo creations.
Elegant Blackletter Fonts collection includes thirty two vintage blackletter types of all styles and ages (e.g. Fraktur (Blackletter), Gothic (Textura), Rundgotisch (Rotunda), and Schwabacher.).
In this package you will find all the fine typographic details required for creating perfect blackletter text. All fonts come with the long and the short “s”, and they contain ligatures for letter pairs such as “fi”, “fl”, “st”, or “tz”. Additionally, many of the fonts contain alternative umlauts in the style of past centuries.
Here is a list of all fonts included in this package. Fonts are in a TrueType (.ttf) and OpenType (.otf) formats.
Albrecht Duerer Fraktur Pro, Alte Schwabacher No1 Pro, Breitkopf Fraktur Pro, Coelnische Current Pro, Diamant Gotisch Pro, Fleischmann Gotisch Pro, Fraktur Pro, Gothic Pro, Gotisch Pro, Grail Fraktur Pro, Gravure Pro-Bold, Gravure Pro-Regular, Gutenberg Textura Pro, Hans Fraktur Pro, Hungarian Fraktur Pro, Leibniz Fraktur Pro, Light Text Pro, Marriage Pro, Offenbacher Kanzlei Pro, Old Londontown Pro, Ottoman Pro, Poem Fraktur Pro, Renaissance Fraktur Pro, Rundgotisch No1 Pro, Theuerdank Fraktur Pro, Walbaum Fraktur No1 Pro, Walbaum Fraktur No2 Pro, Walbaum Zierfraktur Pro, Wallau No1 Pro, Wilhelm Gotisch Pro, Zwickau Fraktur Pro-Bold, Zwickau Fraktur Pro-Regular.