What is the Arched Gothic Condensed SG™ font?
Like a bright star shimmering on a still and quiet summer night, Arched Gothic Condensed is a glowing example of Victorian type. Thin in the middle with clumpy wedges on top and bottom, it truly bears the spirit of a bygone era.
Originally known as Concave Extra Condensed, this typeface has shed its waist-high spur notches and gained new figures and lowercase letters. Developed around 1885 by the James Conners & Son Foundry (New York), Arched Gothic Condensed is a marvel of sparkle and glitter in nineteenth century typeface design. More…
Arched Gothic Condensed is also available in the OpenType Std format.
Arched Gothic Condensed SG™ Font families
The Arched Gothic Condensed SG™ includes the following font families:
Arched Gothic Condensed SG™ Preview
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